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What to do if you don’t score in the “green zone”?
It can happen that you don’t score in the green zone (likely to pass) on your GED Ready test.
And that’s okay. It means that you need to do a few more things. Click here for score-boosting tips.
Test Score boosting tips
Not scoring into the green zone is part of the game. It just means that you need to learn a bit more and fine-tune your test-taking technique.
Here are the steps to take:
- Check Divide and Conquer and other Elimination strategies.
These alternative techniques teach you to eliminate wrong answers using your observation skills. Click here to access them.
- Generate Skill to Improve report.
The Skill to Improve report is published on the GED.com website and is related to your GED Ready score. This report will show you what Onsego lessons you need to take to improve your score. Here are the instructions to generate it.
- Take/retake Onsego practice tests.
Onsego practice tests are similar to the actual test, but they include explanations. Make sure you analyze the correct answers.
Last but not least, if you have tried all tips above and still can’t score into the green zone, get in touch with us, and we will figure it out together