Which one of the following could be the order of the programs, from most popular to least popular?

dalaal on February 18, 2020

Going through the answer choices

Hi, I've noticed that the instructor doesn't go through the rest of the answer choices once she finds the correct answer choice. Should that be our strategy during practice and during the exam? Shouldn't we make sure that we've got the correct answer by eliminating the other choices?

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Shunhe on February 18, 2020

Hi @Dalaal,

Thanks for the question! I think that not going through the rest of the answer choices is more ok on logic games than on other sections of the exam, since you can often tell when you’ve gotten the correct answer to a logic games question because the answer is logically necessary. On reading comprehension and logical reasoning, I would definitely try to look at other answer choices if possible and eliminate them. It also depends on how much time you have—if you are super tight on time on a given section and can’t go through all the answer choices and are relatively sure about one, it might make sense to save time and not go through them all sometimes. In general, though, if you can eliminate other answer choices, definitely eliminate them.

Hope this helps! Feel free to ask any other questions that you might have.