Noreuil’s Top Ten Tips for Multiple Choice Questions**

only Zen
you find at the
top of a mountain is
the Zen you bring there.

(1) Don’t ever assume facts

(2) Assume that every fact is important

(3) Avoid skipping around from question to question

(4) If two answers are opposite, one is probably true

(5) A more precise answer is usually better than a less precise answer

(6) Be very leery of absolutes

(7) Focus on conjunctions

(8) When all else fails – choose the longest answer

(9) Ask the Universe

(10) After each question, let it go