I noticed a pattern on the verbal questions i ahve been doing. On many of the wrong ones i got i basically got down to 2 choices and most of the time the correct answer is there. Any tips on leaning toward the correct answer more than the wrong one when it does happen?
I very often found myself in a situation like this - i don't think I ever resolved this situation or had a specific method, but what helped me was to print out/copy all of the questions like these into a separate binder and highlight the two answer choices I was torn between and on the back of it write explanation. Then once a few weeks, I would pick up this binder and go through it and make sure I could nail down every question and pick out the correct answer. Not a magic solution, but it will work. Try it.
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