When taking multiple choice quizzes, test-takers should look over the quiz and not rush through it, take breaks by closing their eyes and breathing deeply, and answer each question in order, placing a question mark next to problematic answers. Test-takers who feel an answer is incorrect should change it.
If more than one answer seems right, test-takers should ask themselves whether the choice completely answers the question. They should also make sure they are considering questions at face value and not reading more into questions than necessary. When choosing between two answers, test-takers should also trust their intuition that an answer is wrong, even if they cannot remember the correct answer.