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Tips on Multiple Choice Exams

Not all students are fond of multiple choice exams. This is because the possible answers can sometimes be confusing and it can be hard to point out the right answer among the choices. Here are some strategies or techniques on how you can answer multiple choice type of exam.

To get a high grade in multiple choice exams, you should have a good grasp of your lessons and topics. The topics you have studied may be reworded in many different ways. You have to be prepared that the topics will be shuffled and it won't be presented in a predictable order.

Each question can be treated as a short question. This means that you have to answer the question first before looking at the possible answers. The idea behind this is to prevent you from doubting your answer when you see other plausible answers in the choices. You can cover the multiple choice answers when you are trying to answer the question.

If you are not sure about the answer, the first thing that you should do is to disregard or eliminate the answers that you think are false answers. Eliminating the ones that you think are nonsense answers improves your chances of getting the right one. Sometimes the teachers include nonsense answers in the multiple choice to increase the chance of the students to get it right and to humor the students also.

A good tip when you really do not know the answer is to stop wasting your time on it. Proceed to the other questions where you may find clues or hints that can help you answer the question you skipped. If you still have time at the end of the exam, you can come back to the difficult questions and review your answer.

Never conclude that your the exam has a pattern. The order for the correct answers were made at random and if there is a pattern showing up, it must be coincidental.

Some multiple choice exams are right-minus wrong type of exam or penalty marking which means that you get a minus point for every incorrect answer. If this is the case, it might be too risky to guess the answers. You might just want to leave it blank if you do not really know the answer. However, if more points are given for a correct answer and only one point deduction for a wrong answer, you might want to risk it and guess for the answer.

If you really want to do well in multiple choice exams, you can practice at home during your study sessions. You can even put a time limit to your practice exam to make it look real.

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