Turbos post caused me to grit my teeth. It should be obvious that someone who is taking the GED test has not, heretofore, been intellectually inclined. I propose that the absence of education is responsible for the reasoning that led the test taker to credit god for providing all those correct test answers.
For several years, I have been a volunteer tutor for people studying for their GED exams. My subject specialty is math and my students have never failed to pass that section of the GED exams. One common trait of the students is that they are religiously inclined, one and all. Imagine the disappointment of this damned atheist, with an outstanding record of student success, who discovers that it was god who taught the student after all.
Truth to tell, several of my students have expressed gratitude for my efforts and have not openly credited god for their sucess. I don't doubt that they may have prayed prior to the test.
Stupidity must be a virtue, industries, governments and entire economies depend on it.