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Rules for Answering

Rules for Answering:

  • NO ASSUMPTIONS. Unless the question asks you what something “implies,” or what can be “inferred,” you should make no assumptions. If a paragraph is about a farmer that grows broccoli, but at no point does it mention broccoli’s benefits as a healthy food, then you should not assume any facts about benefits. Ignore any and all prior knowledge you may have on the subject. All the information you need is within the text. 
  • Avoid strong language. Keep an eye out for strong language when used in answer choices. If it says, “the belief of all citizens is…,” then there must be explicit evidence that ALL citizens believe this for this answer to be correct. 
  • Be precise with word choice. If you believe a character’s emotions should be described as ‘grieving’, and an answer choice says they were ‘annoyed,’ unless your comprehension was flawed, that answer is incorrect.