December 2018

TIP #1 - Watch for clues. Approach each statement as if it were true and then determine if any part of the statement is false. Just one false part in a statement will make the entire statement false. Negatives, such as "no, not, cannot," can be confusing within the context of a true/false sentence or statement. If at true/false sentence contains a negative, drop the negative word and then read what remains. Determine whether the sentence is true of false. If the sentence (without the negative) is true, then the correct answer would be.

TIP #2 - Give yourself enough time to study. Waiting until the last last minute can cause stress. Find a place without distractions as your private study place. Study in one-hour blocks of time with breaks of about five to ten minutes in between.

TIP #3 - Be careful not to misread the questions. Read the explanation thoroughly. If you are confused about a word or sentence, keep reading. Often, the next part of the explanation will clear things up. If you are still confused at the end of a section or paragraph, stop at that point to re-read the question. You might have simply misread it.