Passing the GED® Test without studying might seem nearly impossible, but it can be done. Like everything else, it can be done under certain conditions and prerequisites. First of all, you need to know that passing the GED Test without studying is not for everyone. If your reading comprehension skills are strong, the chances are that you can pass the Social Studies, Science, and RLA (Literacy) GED tests.
These three tests are so-called open book tests. It means that for most of the Social Studies, Science and RLA questions that students need to answer, the resources are provided. The majority of questions can be answered using only the information and data included in the passages that appear in the Social Studies, Science, and RLA tests.
The GED Math test is a different story. You should be familiar with the major mathematics concepts (algebra is tested the most), and you should know how to apply Math formulas and how to use a scientific calculator. The best way of checking if you can pass the GED test is taking a few practice tests. If you get consistently a good score, you should invest in the GED Ready Practice test.
There are four GED Ready Practice Tests (one for each of the 4 GED subtests) that cost $6 each and the results of each practice test will give a pretty accurate answer if you can pass that section of the real GED test. The GED Ready test is purchased on the GED.com website. If you get positive results, schedule the real test. You should take one subject at the time, in this way you will not be overwhelmed.
If the GED Ready Practice Test results are showing that you are not ready to pass the GED Test, don’t worry. If you just start learning using Covcell Prep, you can get ready to pass the GED Test within a few weeks.