For questions that have only one right answer, usually two or three of the answers will be obviously incorrect and two of the answers will be plausible. Unless the answer leaps out at you (if it does, reread the question to look for a trick ”sometimes those are the ones you're most likely to get wrong), begin the process of answering by eliminating those answers that are most obviously wrong.
At least one answer out of the possible choices for a question can usually be eliminated immediately because it matches one of these conditions:
After you eliminate all answers that are obviously wrong, you can apply your retained knowledge to eliminate further answers. Look for items that sound correct but refer to actions, commands, or features that are not present or not available in the situation the question describes.
If you're still faced with a blind guess among two or more
You should guess at an answer only after you've exhausted your ability to eliminate answers and are still unclear about which of the remaining possibilities is correct. An unanswered question offers you no points, but guessing gives you at least some chance of getting a question right; just don't be too hasty when making a blind guess.
Mastering the Inner Game
In the final analysis, knowledge gives confidence, and
confidence breeds success. If you study the materials in this book
After you've worked your way through the book, take the practice
exam in the back of the book. Taking this test provides a reality
check and helps you identify areas to study further. Make sure you
follow up and review materials
You should score 80% or better on the practice exam before
proceeding to the real thing (
Armed with the information in this book and with the
determination to augment your knowledge, you should be able to pass
the certification exam. However, you need to work at it; otherwise,