Whats the best way to tackle Multiple choice exam questions?


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Most Helpful Guy

  • Do those you are certain of first. Go back to those that you are more comfortable with and do those next. For the ones you cannot get, make an educated guess. For math problems, remember that most answers are an odd number. Or look at the last number in the problem and determine whether it is even or odd. For others follow a similar logic. The moment before handing it in - fill out random answers for the blank questions. Fill out the same number choice for each - that is usually best. (Look at the rest of the test. Most people have a bias to use #3 or #4 as the right choice - just look at the answers you already have filled in.

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What Girls Said 4

  • eeeni meeni minee mo.. :D :D :D

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  • Study, every teacher/professor is different when it to multiple choice questions. There is no one way to do well, unless you study.

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  • if you see two answers that are opposites its one of the two

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  • go ADCB over and over

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What Guys Said 2

  • Thank you for asking this! Always read the question VERY carefully. Then eliminate questions that you know aren't right. After that, if you're debating over 2 question to choose from, make an educated guess as to which seems more likely to be correct.

    If you are stumped on a question, follow these steps. If you have 3+ answers that you are unsure of, make an educated guess or come back to the question later. Never make a random choice on a question, unless you have less than a minute left to finish the test.

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  • Depends if no negative marking save a few minutes at end to guess last few - Bound to get some hits.

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