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Acing The GED

The official GED test study guide will tell you what you're supposed to know before you walk into the exam room. It will sum up the content and explain the formats of the questions. You should certainly be familiar with it.

What the guide won't tell you though is how to ace the GED when you aren't sure of the answer. That isn't because you can't do it; it's because they don't want you to know how to do it.

Here are 5 Ways To Ace The GED (Even When You Don't Know The Answer)

1. Do the easy GED iBT questions first

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The new GED exam allows you to go backwards and forwards through the test. Because time is a factor, if you get stuck, make a note of the question and move on. When you've finished the easy GED questions, you'll have more time to spend on the tough ones.

2. Use a process of elimination

This is an absolute must on any GED multiple choice question. There will always be one or two questions that are outrageously wrong. Knock them out quick and your chances of guessing the right GED answer doubles.

3. Identify similar answers

Another way to choose right GED answer choices is to pick out any answers that look the same. Often on the GED exam, two answers will be extreme, one will look right and one will be right.

The one that looks right has been put there deliberately to confuse you.

The examiners are hoping that as you rush through the GED exam, you won't notice that there's a better answer right next to it and pick the wrong choice. That's mean, but it actually does you a favor. When two GED answer choices look similar, one of them is likely to be right.

4. Use previous GED questions

One of the great things about long exams like the GED is that the answer to one question can often be found in another part of the exam. It's going to be almost impossible for the examiners not to use a point that they've tested on another GED exam. GED questions could use words you're not sure how to spell, grammar that you're confident about could appear in the text. If you're scratching your head over a GED test question, move on and keep an eye out for it later. There's a good chance that they'll give the game away in a different question.
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