Careful consideration of each question posed and the possible answers provided help in deciding on the best answer to a multiple choice question. There are a few techniques that make finding the correct answer easier.
For instance, if a possible answer contains the words "always" or "never," it is less likely to be correct than one containing a conditional word like "sometimes" or "probably," according to the University of Wisconsin. If more than one offered answer seems correct and one option is to choose "all of the above," that is likely the correct answer. If one answer sticks out as being clearly correct, it is the best one to choose.