A strategic approach to multiple-choice tests
To discuss this point it is necessary to describe multiple-choice tests in general. It is of great importance that
  1. you work in three rounds: in the first round you answer the easy questions. Skip the questions you don't know and keep them for the second round. Keep the very difficult questions for the third round. Finally fill in everything.
  2. Read the questions carefully and pick out the key words.
  3. You must find the best answer; it need not be perfect. The other alternatives are sometimes "utter" nonsense, sometimes just less accurate.
  4. If you have prepared well and have read the questions carefully, the first impression is usually the best; correct only if you are absolutely sure.
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