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.