Can I cheat on the GED test?
Yes, you can “cheat”, kind of, but you will need to read this entire article to find out how to “cheat” with excellent results on the GED test.
Do you know how many people search for GED cheat on Google every month? Too many to count. I get visitors every day to my website looking for ways to cheat on the GED (General Equivalency Diploma). I even had one visitor who commented that cheating on the GED was easy for him (I don’t believe it, his spelling was horrible).
If you’re reading this, you’re probably scheduled for the GED test in the near future. And you’re under prepared. You haven’t studied much for it or any at all. So you’re wondering how you can cheat a little bit to pass the GED.
Some people want to cheat on their GED test.
Cheating on a 30 minute history test or 45 minute math test might have been easy for you in high school. But can you cheat for 7 hours in a row?
Can you cheat on the GED test?
All morality aside, cheating on the GED test will be extremely difficult. Here are some of the reasons cheating is too difficult.
#1 GED Cheat Prevention: the test supervisor
GED tests are taken with a test supervisor over 7 hours. The test supervisor is paid to supervise an honest test. And their usually is a manager for the test who might observe that all procedures are taken to avoid cheating. Do you honestly think you can bring in cheat papers to such a test?
#2 GED Cheat Prevention: everyone gets a different test
GED tests are different. There are 25 different GED tests. In a testing room, the GED test you are taking is most likely different from the person sitting next to you. Again, how can you cheat on a GED test when you don’t know what version of the test you will receive? The tests are different, but the topics remain the same. Perhaps you’re thinking you could sit next to a friend in class and get a little help. That’s doubtful.
#3 GED Cheat Prevention: some states require an extra test
Also, some states like Illinois have an extra test: a test on the U.S. constitution. Some states might also have questions regarding their specific state. This has nothing to do with the GED test standards but everything to do with a U.S. state giving out the same test they give to perhaps high school seniors (even though you aren’t 18 anymore).
What’s on the GED test?
It’s actually 7 tests taken normally in one day. To read about it in detail visit GED information on Wikipedia. Here are the seven tests of the GED.
1. Language Arts, Writing Part I.
2. Language Arts, Writing Part II.
3. Social Studies.
5. Language Arts, Reading.
6. Mathematics, with a calculator.
7. Mathematics, without a calculator.
So where’s my advice on how to “cheat” on the GED test?
How to “Cheat” on the GED Test
What’s the difference between someone who scribbled down hidden GED notes for the test and someone who memorized those basic principles? Time and effort mainly.
Good students study all their materials, and then begin to focus on their weaknesses prior to a test. If a student is weak in math, he or she begins to focus on improving their math. So if GED math is your weakness, how would you improve it?
You might research GED math practice test on the Internet and take a few tests. Or, you might purchase a used GED math practice book and study it. Or, why not attend a GED class or hire a GED math tutor?
A good student knows he or she must use their time wisely. If they’re good at writing, reading, and social studies they don’t waste time over studying in those areas. But if they’re weak in science and math, they study and practice.
So as it turns out, the good students you knew in high school were kind of “cheating” all along. They just did it better than the regular cheaters.
Best wishes on taking and passing your GED test.
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