The least incorrect answer is your friend in the ACT

Do you often find yourself stuck between two answers? Or, when you are reviewing your work after taking a test, you notice how you managed to narrow things down to two answers, but then eventually chose the wrong answer? Try this: instead of looking for the right answer, try and look for the three WRONG answers. In other words, try and eliminate 3 answers instead of looking for 1 correct answer. You’ll notice a marked improvement in your score when you try this.

Watch this video and learn more about this technique.

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