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Multiple choice questions are written as questions or statements with multiple possible answers to choose from. The choices usually include a correct answer and several incorrect answers. However, there are some questions which may allow for a number of correct answers. See example below.

multiple choice ex 1


  1. Read the question carefully and try to anticipate the answer as you are reading and before you have looked at the answer choices.

  2. Take note of key phrases, words or terms in the question.

  3. Use a process of elimination that begins with identifying answers that you are sure are incorrect until you are left with the answer that best fits the question.

  4. Be on the lookout for single, double and triple negatives as they often confuse test takers into choosing the wrong answer.

  5. Double check any answer choices that include absolutes such as always and never as well as terms such as like, is and isn't.

  6. When reviewing your answers choices be open to changing your answer as research reveals that you are nearly three times more likely to change a wrong answer to a correct one than to change a correct answer to a wrong one.

  7. If you are unsure what the correct answer is guess from amongst the answer choices you have not eliminated.