The HiSET® Math Test assesses your ability to solve problems, interpret charts, tables, and graphs, and solve everyday problems using mathematics. The HiSET® Math Test is 90 minutes long and features 50 multiple-choice questions. The content of the HiSET Math test breaks down as follows:
- Number Operations and Number Sense
- Measurement and Geometry
- Data Analysis, Statistics, and Probability
- Algebra, Functions, and Patterns
The HiSET Math subtest evaluates mathematical knowledge and competencies. You are expected to know how to solve quantitative problems using fundamental concepts and reasoning skills. The test questions present realistic problems that require numerical operations, measurement, estimation, data interpretation and logical thinking. Problems are based on comon situations and may test abstract concepts such as algebraic patterns, precision in measurement and probability. You may use a calculator for the entire math test, if you choose to do so.
Most people who don’t pass all sections of the HiSET Test on the first try, fail the Math Test. That is, more people fail the Math Test than any other section of the HiSET®. It’s imperative that you study math!!!
Most people have difficulty with math. We’ve included 50 math practice tests. Each test has 25 questions. If you’re not confident with your mathematics knowledge, we recommend taking as many math practice tests as your time allows.