Renewed: 01.09.2014, 17:53


General advice

  1. Read the questions before you read the text. This is especially important if you are running out of time. You can then look for key words in the text. The questions may be paraphrases of something that’s in the text, so the exact words may not be there. Look for the meaning as well as key words.
  2. Once you have answered a question, move on. Studies have shown that if you go back and start second-guessing yourself, you’ll change your answer from a correct one to one that’s not so much so. Go with your gut instincts when you’re not sure. There’s no penalty for guessing.
  3. If you can’t answer a question, leave it and come back later. The back of your brain will be working on it while you do something else. You may have a “Eureka” moment when you come back and “suddenly” know the answer. Or you may not. At any rate, once you have finished each section, let it go and don’t go back.

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