Exam questions are usually of two types: they can be either subjective or objective. Subjective questions require longer answers, showcasing adept knowledge of the subject matter; whereas objective answers need the opposite.

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What Are Multiple Choice Questions?

Questions that entail short answers in the form of logical reasoning and general knowledge or current affairs usually appear in the form of multiple-choice questions. In this set of questions, any particular question is supplied with a set of answers that are possibilities. It might so happen, that more than one options appear to be correct or partially correct. It is needless to say that one needs to select only the best possible answer.

On the other hand, there are instances where all or some answers may be true, where a person must choose all the answers that are correct, leaving apart the incorrect ones. Thus, these questions require adept knowledge and concentration, to distinguish the two from the set of supplied answers and answer the best option!


Simple Strategies to Multiple Choice Questions

If you have been struggling hard to crack the multiple choice question sections, the following techniques might come handy:

  • The first thing that you must be able to do is be calm. If you panic or lose your cool, chances are, you will be confused with the possible answers. Keep a level head, and if you know your stuff, you will be able to narrow down to the correct answer.

  • Never jump to a conclusion right away. Even though the longer you take, the more confused you will be, give it just enough time so that your reasoning supports your answer choice.

  • In any exam, timing is of the essence. You should be able to complete your paper with just enough time to check over it. If you have sixty questions and just less than thirty minutes to cover it, you should ideally allocate just about half a minute for each answer. Overstepping it can be bad with regard to time management.

  • If you are completely unsure about something, let it be. Move on to something that you are sure of or just hop on to the next question. If you waste time, you will not only mess up this question, you will eat up precious time from other answers as well.

In a nutshell, facing a multiple choice question test requires two things: adequate preparation and the ability to cope with pressure. The latter is more important when it comes to actually giving the exam. Enter the exam hall with a calm state of mind, and you will see that everything will automatically fall into place.


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