The GED tests are done completely on a computer, except for student with disabilities who are required and allowed to take the tests in a paper-based format. Let’s take a look at paper-based testing now. Also here, the scores on your GED® exam are based exclusively on how many of the test’s questions you answered correctly, and you can only benefit if you answer all questions.
Candidates should not be spending too much of the given time on each individual question, so if you don’t know an answer you best mark that answer that seemed to be best in the first place. If you mark two answers for a question, you will not receive any credit for that specific question. For each question, just one answer may be marked, there is always just one correct answer to each individual question.
Please be sure that your marks on the answer sheets completely fill the circles and are dark. The multiple choice questions on your Writing Skills answer sheet have large bubbles that surround smaller white bubbles, ans you only need to fill the smaller white bubbles.
You should not be making any stray marks on your answer sheets, and if you erase anything, you should do so completely, and please check if every circle you marked on your answer sheets is corresponding with that question’s number to your answer choice.
Tips for Testing Within the Time Limits