Step 2: Unfamiliar Questions.
You may see a question that concerns a disease process or procedure which you are unfamiliar with. Most test takers who are clueless about a question will read the question and answer choices over and over again in hopes that they will remember something! What usually happens? Absolutely nothing!! The student will then randomly select an answer choice. Meaning you now have a 1 in 4 chance of getting this question right. You can better those odds! Here’s how – look for clues in the answer choices instead of in the question stem.

Step 2: Unfamiliar Questions.

You may see a question that concerns a disease process or procedure which you are unfamiliar with. Most test takers who are clueless about a question will read the question and answer choices over and over again in hopes that they will remember something! What usually happens? Absolutely nothing!! The student will then randomly select an answer choice. Meaning you now have a 1 in 4 chance of getting this question right. You can better those odds! Here’s how – look for clues in the answer choices instead of in the question stem.

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