Using True or False Logic to Solve Multiple Choice Questions


The explicit true-or-false question seems straightforward enough. You're given a statement, and then asked to pick one of two options. Even if you're tripped up by the tricky test writers, you've still got a 50-50 chance of picking the right answer. However, that's not the case once you start taking standardized tests like the ACT and SAT, and that true-or-false logic starts being embedded into four- or five-option multiple-choice tests. Don't risk missing out on the score you want! Here are two solid tips for identifying the one true answer among the false ones.

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