Indiana has a new high school equivalency exam that replaces the traditional GED® tests. There are special programs for adults, set up to teach math, reading and writing skills for free. These are designed to help you earn a high school equivalency degree, or enter an entry-level occupational certification program. The test still assesses math, reading, writing, science and social studies, and test-takers will still need to demonstrate proficiency in these subjects–but the test will be a better indicator of a student’s readiness for college or a career. Sign up for a high school equivalency exam here. If you have any questions, contact the Department of Workforce Development at firstname.lastname@example.org or call 317-233-6480.
Once you’ve got your high school diploma or equivalency, you can look into taking classes that fit your lifestyle. Learn more at our adult learners page.