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HiSET Testing Now Available at Triangle Test Centers in Salem and Malden

Published by Kassi Soulard on

Triangle, Inc. has received emergency authorization to open its newly created Testing Centers in our Malden (at our new Workforce Development location on Pleasant Street) and Salem locations. These two test centers have been approved to provide emergency testing services during the ongoing pandemic. Each testing terminal is separated by plexiglas and spaced to ensure the safety of each test taker. Each computer will be thoroughly cleaned after every test is completed. While these test centers will eventually have capacity to offer a wide variety of tests, we will open by exclusively offering HiSET testing to out-of-school youth and adults who need to demonstrate their skills and knowledge in order to receive a state-issued high school equivalency (HSE) credential that is often required for employment. In addition to having an emergency test center designation, both Triangle Test Centers can accommodate a wide range of test takers with disabilities.

During a time of high unemployment in Massachusetts, we are proud to offer this valuable service to people as they seek professional opportunities.  To sign up to take the HiSET test, please visit the ETS HiSET testing website at where you can select Triangle’s Malden or Salem location as your preferred location.

Our Salem location is located in Shetland Park at 45 Congress Street, Suite # 4171. We currently have test dates available on:

  • Tuesday, July 28th
  • Thursday, July 30th
  • Tuesday, August 4th
  • Thursday, August 6th

Our Malden location at 157 Pleasant Street will have test dates available for registration on the ETS HiSET testing website beginning on July 29th for the following dates:

  • Wednesday, August 12th
  • Thursday, August 13th

The HiSET website will continually update as new dates and slots become available.  Triangle will continue to provide updates on this blog in the future as additional tests are offered, including the General Education Development (GED), TOEFL (English language proficiency), Graduate Record Exam (GRE), and National Center for Competency Test (NCCT). 

Note: Please visit our new Testing Centers page, which contains up-to-date testing information.

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