- Draw Pictures
- Apply Logic
- Answer the Question That They Ask You
- Check the Choices
- Pick Numbers for the Variables
- Skip Around
- Read the Questions Carefully
- Look for "New Operations"
- Multiple Choice Versus Student-Produced Response
- Practice Questions
- Answer Explanations
There are bound to be a few questions that you will get wrong on any given testing day. The questions are each weighted the same as one another. In other words, you don’t get any extra points for answering the harder questions. So, you would be foolish to waste time on a question when you aren’t making any progress. Move on to questions that are easier for you, mark the tougher ones in your test booklet and come back to them only if you have time. Remember that you should never guess at random. If you simply don’t know the answer, it might be best to leave the circle on your answer sheet empty.