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Exercise 6 - Towards academic reading
Read this paragraph and answer the question below.
Using Elimination to Answer Multiple-choice Questions

Multiple- choice questions ask you to choose the right answer from a number of possibilities. Most multiple-choice questions usually give you 4 choices - A, B, C, and D. If you have to find which answer out of 4 possible answers is right, start by eliminating answers that are obviously wrong. To do this, you should compare each answer to see which answers are "more wrong" than the others. This strategy should leave you with only 1 or 2 possible choices instead of 4 – which will double your chances of choosing the correct answer.
Which answers best complete this sentence?
Click on the 2 correct answers.

According to the above paragraph, when you answer multiple-choice questions, a process of elimination can...

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