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Unformatted text preview: and the sections that look easier than the rest. Estimate a time schedule based upon the amount of time available to you. Mark the halfway point on your test and make a note beside that mark of what the time will be when the testing period is half over. Ke e p M ov i n g
Once you begin the test, keep moving. If you work slowly in an attempt to make fewer mistakes, your mind will become bored and begin to wander, and you will lose concentration. T h e P ro c e s s of E l i m i n a t i o n
For some standardized tests, there is no guessing penalty. What this means is that you shouldn’t be afraid to guess. For a multiple-choice question with four answer choices, you have a one in four chance of guessing correctly. And your chances improve if you can eliminate a choice or two. By using the process of elimination, you will cross out incorrect answer choices and improve your odds of ﬁnding the correct answer. In order for the process of elimination to work, you must keep track of what choices yo...
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This document was uploaded on 11/30/2013.
- Fall '13