You need to select all the response options that you think are correct from the list of possible options.
To select an option click on it using the left button on your mouse. If you change your mind, left-click on the option again to deselect it.
The options you select are highlighted in yellow.
Make sure you know how the task is scored:
Read the instructions carefully. Remember that more than one option is correct in this type of multiple-choice item. You will score marks for any correct options but you will lose score points for any incorrect options. These include options that you have clicked on as correct but which are wrong. If you click on all the options, because you do not know the answer, you will lose score points. This applies to Multiple choice, choose multiple answers item types for reading and listening.
Note any repeated words in the options:
Quickly read through the response options and note any words that are repeated, particularly adjectives (e.g., ‘multigrade’) or nouns (e.g., ‘classes’). If the same noun phrase occurs in a lot of the options, the answer is probably related to this phrase.
Scan the text for the repeated words. Then read around them to find the answer more quickly:
Please note, this question type has negative marking. If you select a wrong option, you will receive a negative mark, for a minimum total of zero i.e. your score in any one question of this type cannot go below zero despite the negative marking.
Two skills that are vital in reading passage questions are – skimming and scanning.
Skimming is when you quickly go through a passage to get an overall of the passage or of the organization of information in it. Scanning is when you go through the passage to look for some specific information.
In the event that you locate a specific subject (a spot, a thing, an individual, or an occasion) which has been portrayed in a considerable lot of the choices, make a point to give more prominent consideration when you run over this subject in the account.
Don't indiscriminately choose a choice on the off chance that it incorporates catchphrases or phrases (or their equivalents) referenced in the passage.
After you have picked the suitable alternatives, don't sit around idly in overthinking or dissecting. Take a full breath and proceed onward to answering the question.
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