Have you ever scored particularly well on the written (short/long/essay questions), but not so well of the MC parts of an exam? If so, Professors Tim Rogers and Don Kline, Ph.D. Psychology, explain and give great advice for approaching MC exams.
Learn from writing MC exams and improve your performance on future exams in the course and more generally in your other courses. Improve your test scores by addressing the reasons you answered questions incorrectly. E.g., you didn't know material well enough, you don't remember seeing the material, you read too much into the question, or you were fighting anxiety. By: University of Western Ontario