Welcome to Mastering Multiple Choice
A Complete Guide to Multiple Choice Test-Taking
This site was developed to help students improve their grades on multiple choice tests. Many students struggle with multiple choice questions, and as a result do more poorly than they should. This site is designed to help students get the grades they deserve.
There are a number of resources you can use to improve your scores on multiple choice tests.
1. Multiple Choice Test-Taking Tips
A series of multiple choice strategies, tips and techniques from our blog for improving your performance on multiple choice questions. These great tips include links to practice multiple choice questions, sample questions and more for everything from the SAT and MCAT to everyday testing in just about every subject.
2. Multiple Choice Questions
I’ve been compiling list of free sample multiple choice tests and practice multiple choice questions available online. They cover everything from the SAT and LSAT to chemistry and psychology. If you need sample questions for a different topic, contact me and I’ll see what I can dig up.
3. Mastering Multiple Choice: The Book
If you find this site helpful, please consider picking up my book, Mastering Multiple Choice. It’s a complete system for dramatically improving your grades on multiple choice tests. You can download it right here. It’s fully guaranteed – if you don’t improve your grades without studying more than you do, just return it. No questions asked.
Why Multiple Choice Questions?
What’s so important about multiple choice tests? Multiple choice questions have become the main testing format in most schools and programs. Entrance exams like the SAT, LSAT, MCAT and hundreds more all use multiple choice questions for most if not all of their sections.
If you’re in any type of educational environment – from full time college to internet correspondence – multiple choice questions are determining the course of your future.
It’s true. The multiple choice test format has become the “engine” of most exams. You can cram like crazy for the SAT, but if you haven’t maximized your multiple choice question skills, you’re going to leave marks on the table. More than ever, exams are about how you write them, not how much you know.
There are any number of reasons you might find this site helpful, but here are a few:
- Better grades: Clearly the big one. If you’re not on top of the multiple choice test format, you may be missing out on marks you should be getting.
- Prep for Multiple Choice Questions on Entrance Exams (SAT, LSAT, MCAT, etc): Just about every entrance exam uses the multiple choice format.
- Reduce Multiple Choice Test Anxiety: Learn to manage nerves, jitters and “blanking”
- Finish Multiple Choice Tests on Time: Many multiple choice tests are intentionally lengthened to compensate for the fact that students can guess. Using a system to finish on time is critical.
- Study More Effectively for Multiple Choice Questions: Learn more in the same amount of time. Or less time!
Good luck with your studies!
Stephen Merritt, B.Comm., B.A.
Author, Mastering Multiple Choice