This book has been written to help test-takers more efficiently go through the reasoning process when answering multiple-choice questions. It points out a series of clues to both the distracter choices and the correct answers. These clues are inherent in the making of standardized exams, as distracter choices often point to the correct answer. Furthermore, the book studies how academic tests are constructed, and how and why certain strategies are consistently used by test-makers in the writing of these distracter choices. Test scores automatically improve when these strategies and clues are learned, as the correct answers will stick out more than ever once you have acquired this knowledge. While the focus is on helping students in academia, this book is also of value to anyone who needs to take a test to get a professional license, certification, promotion, or any type of evaluation.Essay questions require testtakers to display mastery of a subject through written responses that are usually a paragraph or more. Essay questions frequently contain DirectionWords thataskforcertain types of written answers. For exampleanbsp;...
|Title||:||MULTIPLE CHOICE CLUES|
|Author||:||Mitchell J. Friedlander|
|Publisher||:||Independent - 2010-03-31|