Accelerated Reader Cheat Page!
Ok, first off, let me welcome you to the AR Cheat Page. If you are not looking for a way to cheat on the Accelerated Reader program, then LEAVE. If you are, then you've come to the right place! Below are instructions on how to get just about how many ever points you need. Now, if you don't care about how/why I came up with this system, skip to below the divider. If not, read on
Well, let's start with WHY I'm doing this. I'm a computer programmer (yes, at 13 years old) and my school adopted the AR program when I was in 5th grade (I'm in 8th now), so since I had to get x amount of points to maintain a good average. Now, I didn't mind too much about the reading part, BUT, instead of reading my computer books, I had to read all of these fiction books that didn't help me at all! I could have stacked my computer books (that I wanted to read) up to two feet thick! So, you see my problem? I'm an efficient person, I don't waste my time, and I wasn't about to let this stand in my way!
So, you might also ask HOW I came up with the system? Well, in my reading classroom (where you take tests), there are 3 computers next to eachother. All three are used for taking tests. Some of my friends and I sometimes sat next to each other and took the same tests. We noticed the the choices were randomized (what choice would be A one time, could be C the next), but we were about to look at the text and still cheat. This method, however, was not robust. The teacher could see that we were taking a test on the same book and were on the same question. Something had to be done. I used my brain and came up with this ROBUST system!
Although I am in eighth grade now and am done taking reading class, I do feel the pain of my fellow humans, so I made this.
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Ok, first let me teach you the format the answers are written in. If the 'answer' is '1', then you choose the SHORTEST answer. If the 'answer' is '4', then you choose the LONGEST answer. If the 'answer' is '2', you choose the next to shortest answer. Finally, if the 'answer' is '3', then you choose the next to longest answer'. You may be confused. Let me give you an example:
What did the boy say to his mom?
A. "Hello mom, how are you today?"
B. "Hey you"
C. "Mom, where do babies come from?"
D. "What's for supper?"
In this case, if the answer I gave you was "1", then you would choose "B" (because B is the SHORTEST answer). If the answer I gave you was "2", then you would choose "D" (because D is the next to shortest answer). If the answer I gave you was "3", you would choose "A" (because A is the next to longest answer). If the answer I gave you was "4", you would choose "C" (because that's the longest choice).
If you don't understand it yet, you aren't worthy to use this system. Go to school and learn before you cheat!
NOTE: Your school might not have these tests because the schools buy disks with different tests, and different schools buy different disks.
Now, here are some answers, the first number is the answer to the first question, and the last number is the answer to the last question. It's quite simple
|The Witch of Blackbird Pond||2123144211|
|My Hairiest Adventure||3323442421|
|The Planet of Junior Brown||2413211313|
|James and the Giant Peach||1423234243|
|Night of the Living Dumbie||3444243441|
This is our current list (it's not too big). I am working on copying my skool's AR disks and buying an old mac and exporting the database and making a program that will automatically give me the answers in my format and compile them into a table! So....CHECK BACK SOON AND TELL YOUR FRIENDS ABOUT THIS PAGE! Also, click on the banner below to support us and keep us from charging $$$ for answers!
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