Economics is one of those subjects that require students to take multiple choice questions tests. If it is not your favorite way of knowledge assessment and you don’t like solving MCQs then here are a few tips that might be helpful. Read them and you will not have a hard time on your next economics MCQs exam.
Read the directions prior to answering any questions VERY CAREFULLY to see how much time you will have for each question and if there are penalties for guessing, and to know if one question has more then one correct answer.
Once you have read and understood the directions, preview the test itself and answer those questions which you are sure that you know. This will give you more time to answer tricky questions. Once you complete the test, if you have some time left, go over the questions one more time to see if you have read and understood them correctly. However, don’t get back to the questions that you were guessing, because, usually, first guess is the right one.
You can greatly improve your odds of getting better marks by thinking critically. Cover the possible answers and try to come up with your own upon reading the question. Choose the option that most closely matches your answer. Besides that, you can try treating each option as a true-false question and choose the “most true” one.
If you are facing a difficult question and you don’t know the answer, then you should eliminate options you know to be incorrect and give each option of a question the “true-false test” to reduce your selection to the best answer.
Use these tips and you will definitely do better on your next economics MCQs test, but if you have been assigned a homework test and you need to get a high grade on it, then you should contact Multiple Choice Questions Service and you will get premium quality assistance in no time!