i did my first wedding ever with Hasselblad and i had problems with focusing so everything looked blurry and shitty on negatives and i thought everything turned out really bad so i ordered some test-scans and this is one of them / september 2012
Multiple choice tests involve a question (stem) and 2 or more options for answers. People get stuck on multiple choices once they over think the question or try to justify answers to themselves. However, sticking to a format for answering multiple choice tests can improve marks and reduce stress.
Read the directions
Are there questions with more than one correct option?
Is there a penalty for guessing?
How much time is allowed?
Preview the test
Scan the test and answer the easiest questions first
Mark questions that will require more thought
Read through the test a second time and answer more difficult questions
Cover the options, read the stem, and try to answer without looking
Select the option that most closely matches your answer
Treat each option as a true-false question, and choose the “most true”
Answering Difficult Questions
Eliminate options you know to be incorrect
Give each option of a question the “true-false test:”
Question options that grammatically don’t fit with the stem
Question options that are totally unfamiliar to you
Always guess rather than leaving blank spaces when there is no penalty
Use hints from questions you’ve already done
Change your first answers when you are sure of the correction.
Remember that you are looking for the best answer, not only a correct one, and not one which must be true all of the time, in all cases, and without exception.