Do you think Multiple Choice tests are unfair? Is this because you don’t do very well on them? Be honest, now. Wouldn’t you like to know how to do better on these tests? We can help. The truth is, that while multiple choice tests can seem tricky, they really can be the best way to test for CERTAIN kinds of knowledge. Namely - can you draw distinctions between closely related ideas? To do well on Multiple choice tests, you have to stay calm and proceed through the test without getting too hung up on any one question. In this video, we share some of our best strategies for doing well on multiple choice tests. Our number one tip is to take a practice test, and then use it to figure out what you DON’T know. Then, study only the material you don’t know! This can feel uncomfortable, but it really is the most efficient use of your time. After studying, then re-test yourself, only on those topics you previously missed. Now, you have a much better chance of success on the real test, and you haven’t wasted precious study time on material you were already going to get right on the test.