How to Succeed on a Multiple-Choice Entrance Exam
By Anthony Russomanno, Premier Tutor & Admissions Expert for The Princeton Review
- Knowledge of Content Review. Nothing can supercede knowing the material but that does not even ensure a great score as you need all the elements below.
- Strategy. A game plan will help to ease your tension. It simply becomes a matter of execution. You must learn to pace on the exam format, guess and eliminate answers.
- Confidence. This is a key element that most people overlook. It plays a huge role in high stakes testing and is impacted greatly by knowledge and strategy.
- Technique. A step by step way to actually attack certain question types will provide consistency and a higher score.
- Practice & Analysis. Practice. Practice. Practice. Then understand your weaknesses so you can build your score even more. The Princeton Review Free Practice Test - Determine your prep needs by taking a full-length practice exam without affecting your record and receive a personalized, detailed score report, analyzing your test taking strengths and weaknesses. Give us a call at 800-2Review (800-273-8439) to schedule a test or take an online practice SAT, ACT, GRE, GMAT, LSAT or MCAT now.
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