How To Pass A lie Detector Test?
How to pass a lie detector test?
A quick internet search throws up some very interesting ways to pass a lie detector test but read on and I will tell you the only way that’s guaranteed to work, and I am an Advanced Polygraph Examiner with over five years’ experience.
So does trying to cheat work, and we expect over ten percent of the people we test will try and cheat, some of the more interesting things we often see revolve around breathing and examinees manipulating their breathing to try and cheat. This for any examiner using the latest equipment as we do is very easy to notice and for many does not have an effect on the charts. Others will try to manipulate blood pressure by tensing muscles, which again is very noticeable. Generally, the timing is very off and if these type of countermeasures are performed badly they can make the fail greater.
There are also drugs people will take to try to pass a lie detector test; fortunately, very few will affect a test, those that do would make an examinee very drowsy and a good examiner would notice this. Drugs are more than likely to make the results of a lie detector test Inconclusive. I have personally tested people under the influence of Valium, Caffeine, Heroin and Marijuana; the charts that were produced were very strange, nothing like the ones we would normally see on a usual lie detector test.
As I promised at the very beginning I Jason Hubble APA, BPA, NPA will tell you exactly how to pass a lie detector test, it is actually very easy…. Tell the truth! Alternatively, if you are guilty do not take a lie detector test, as you will fail. Seems very straightforward however, we are still failing twenty-five percent so take my advice above and do not be one of the people who fail.
Lie Detectors UK are one of the leading lie detection companies in the UK, with our own offices and full time examiners. Jason Hubble who has been an examiner for over five years and continues to lead the way in the industry heads the company up. All tests are fixed prices starting at £399 at the head office. Call today on 0207 859 4960 or email on firstname.lastname@example.org and discuss your case with a qualified examiner.