3). Note transitions from one idea to the next, and examine the relationships among the different ideas or parts of the passage. For example, are they contrasting? Are they complementary? Consider the points the author made, the conclusions drawn, and how and why those points are made or conclusions are drawn.
4). Read each question carefully and be certain that you understand exactly what is being asked.
5). Always read all the answer choices before selecting the best answer.
6). The best answer is the one that most accurately and most completely answer the questions being posed. Be careful not to pick an answer choice simply because it is a true statement. Be careful also not to be misled by answer choices that are only partially true or only partially satisfy the problem posed in the question.
7). The methodology of eliminating wrong answers also works here. It simply means that if you are unable to judge the right choice or right answer, tick the answer that are incorrect, in this way if there remains one answer to be ticked, that will be the correct answer. But if there remains more than one answer to be ticked then it is you, whether you like to take risk or not. None can help you, as there may be negative marking also.