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Unformatted text preview: F. If necessary, use a comprehensive process of elimination: Read all of the alternative choices Compare them Eliminate the ones that are obviously wrong Compare the remaining choices. How are they different? Is one more correct? Try treating them as true/false statements and pick the one that most accurately answers the question. G. Dont waste time trying to outguess the instructor or figure out the test. H. Ask the instructor to explain any items that arent clear. I. Express difficult questions in your own words; rephrasing may make them clearer. J. Watch out for the word not. K. Check to be sure all of the questions are answered. Dont leave any blanks. Make sure your answers are in the correct place on your answer sheet. L. Do not change any answers unless you know they are incorrect. Studies show that changed answers are more frequently wrong....
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- Spring '11