3 Hacks for Succeeding on Multiple-Choice Tests


The thing about standardized testing is that it's intentionally, well, standard. That means it should be the same for everybody, right? In theory, yes. But we all know that no two students are exactly the same, and therefore each student will have a different approach for success on a multiple-choice test.

Your SAT prep has probably taught you that everyone works at a different pace, struggles with different questions and tends to make different mistakes. With that said, there is no one way to work through a test like the ACT or SAT. There are, however, a lot of little techniques that you can apply to help you work through these tests and improve your ACT or SAT score.

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