|By Aab123 (Aab123) on Thursday, April 29, 2004 - 06:50 pm: Edit|
I am taking the Chem SAT:II on Saturday, and I have been going over what types of strategies I can use during the test.
The Chem test is based out of 85 questions. As you know, 1 point for correct, -.25 for wrong, and 0 points for a skipped question.
Therefore, would a good strategy be going through the test, and first answering all the questions that I am positive are right.
Then, based on how many that is, either be conservative/aggressive for making the decision of skipping or taking an educated guess.
Is this a good strategy?
Thanks for the help.
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