PawsHere's a multiple choice test guideline that social work test preppers should keep in mind: Read the question, then, hit pause. Don't read the answers. Think about how you would answer. Okay, now read the answers. Do any of them match or even echo your thought? Great. That's your pick. Really works. Try it.

Pausing before reading the answers allows you to take a moment to gather your thoughts and mentally process the questions. This deepens understanding of the question and can prevent hasty and impulsive decision-making. Sometimes, the initial instinctive response may not be the correct one. Pausing allows you to reflect and analyze the question more deeply, increasing the likelihood of selecting the right answer.

Read, stop, breathe, proceed...answer correctly. A PASS sheet awaits!

November 7, 2009
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