Whether you take the SAT or the ACT, the way a multiple-choice exam is structured presents the same issues for a student. During the exam, the test taker needs to consider the answer choices very carefully. Most students use the answer choices to help them decide the correct answer. THIS IS A MISTAKE! The test designer has designed the choices to confuse you. In order to be most successful on these tests, avoid looking at the choices to find the answer. Think of your answer first, and you will be more likely to get the question correct. Practice this technique, and you will increase your score.
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