Strategy for Multiple answer questions

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    Gang Chen

    Read the question carefully, pay attention to words like would, should, not, etc. These words will determine the answer  in some cases. Also eliminate the wrong answer first, and make sure you calm down and read all the answers even though you think you may have found the correct answer already.

    Gang Chen, Author, Architect, LEED AP BD+C (GreenExamEducation.com)

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    Paul Carson

    I agree, and although we all might feel like we read the question carefully, the pressure might allow us to rush.  Don't rush, and with what has helped me from Real Estate to Financial Services, and now the A.R.E.; with regards to questions with answers beyond the normal A,B,C, & D, I have found that typically I can at least eliminate (1) of the 6, or (2-3) of the 8-offered, because they don't fit the question.

    Of course, I always "mark" these questions and move onward; and once I return, the question seems to be much easier to manage.

     

    Keep in mind, these type questions are the most critical, because they absorb most of your time, and its "all or nothing" as you know.  Go through Gang Chen's mock-up exams, and allot 3-4 days of JUST answering these types of questions, and soon you will get your own rhythm.  Hope this helps, YOU GOT THIS, KEEP ROCKIN' IT!

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    Paul Carson

    To conclude: they don't fit the questions because I read THE ANSWERS FIRST.  Sorry, best, and thanks!

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