How to attempt Multiple Choice Questions in exams?
Posted On: February 22, 2013 10:46 am
Exam time is ON! Each one of you may face multiple choice questions (MCQ’s) at some time or other.
Use these “Simple Tips” to do well on multiple choice questions.
Have a Look through all of the questions. Simply start your exam by answering the easy questions first and skipping the more challenging questions for later.
Go back to the skipped questions. Once you are done with easy questions look at the skipped questions individually and eliminate the options that you know are incorrect. What best you can do is to cross the wrong options out with your pencil if possible.
Read the question and try to fill in the choice with your own words. Now, choose the answer that closely represents your own words.
Try making each option pass the "True or False" Test: Cross out any options that are not true.
Try to eliminate absolute statements: In most cases, options that use the words "Always," “Never" “None" are less likely to be true than "Probably” or "Usually".
Choose "All of the above" only if you are sure that all multiple choice options are correct.
Check the connection: If the MCQ ends with "A" or "An," then the first word of the correct answer may match the given article.See the below image.