To practice GED testing, follow the correct timing instructions, use the same type of bubble sheet and take a practice test the day before the formal exam. Practice taking an exam to get a feel for its structure with advice from a GED prep tutor in this free video on education.
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In this clip, I'm going to talk about good practices for GED practice testing. It's important when you're taking a practice test, either at home, or at a testing facility, that you follow the correct timing. The timing on the test is very, very important. You are given a very limited amount of time to answer all of the questions. When you take a practice test, it is also very important that you use a bubble sheet. Sometimes that can get confusing to people, especially if you're skipping problems, or things like that. It's important to remember where you are, and how to mark off problems best for you, so that you are working with the bubble sheet. It's also important to get plenty of rest, and eat a good breakfast, before the exam. I know you've heard that many times before, but it really does make a difference. Also, do be careful not to drink too much water, or juice, or whatnot, before you go into the exam. You don't want to have to get up for extra bathroom breaks. You are given limited time as is. Some GED facilities require that you take a practice test before going into the actual exam. This isn't a bad thing. It's good to have as much practice as possible, before going into the exam. Do take the practice test the day before the exam, and after taking that practice test, let that be all for the day. You don't want to burn out the day before the test.