The Ultimate Hack to Guessing Multiple Choice Questions
What you'll learn
- Significantly increase their ability to correctly guess at a multiple choice question
- Improve their exam performance
- Implement an exam strategy that maximises their grades and time management
- No prior knowledge/materials/software is required for this course
This course is carefully designed for students who occasionally turn up to exams under prepared. Using my many years of experience in writing exams, I have put together a structured system of "guessing" multiple choice questions (MCQs). Many questions in exams provide you with hints as to which is the correct answer.
I walk you through 11 types of hints that MCQs often provide to the student, an ultimate system of guessing a MCQ even when you have absolutely no clue about the material, and a killer exam strategy to maximise your marks even if you run out of time.
This is a MUST HAVE COURSE for any student about to undertake an exam in high school, college or university.
Who this course is for:
- Anyone taking an exam in the near future
- Anyone who may have to guess answers in a multiple choice exam
- Anyone who is likely to run out of time in an exam setting for either multiple choice or short answer (traditional) exams
- Anyone who does not have the time to completely and thoroughly prepare for an exam
Hi everyone! My name is David, and I'm a Udemy instructor for Statistics and Econometrics. I hold a PhD in Finance from the University of New South Wales, Australia, and am currently a Lecturer in Aviation Finance. I absolutely love teaching! I like to break down complex concepts into little bite-sized pieces using simple and often silly stories for my students. The look on their faces from clueless to "ah ha!" is priceless, and means a lot to me.
In particular, I love teaching Statistics and I currently have a Youtube channel ("Dave Your Tutor") devoted to teaching statistics to newbies and those struggling with the subject. My channel has over 320,000 views and 1,600 subscribers, and is growing rapidly! I also run a Facebook page "freestatshelp" where I assist students with statistics from around the world for free. Come and check it out!
Yup, I'm a nerd.
Apart from teaching, I'm also an active researcher at the university and research in all sorts of stuff. I'm particularly passionate about my following research projects:
* Using microeconomics to improve the way funds are raised for charitable causes,
* Using agent-based modelling to observe how information goes viral on social media, and
* How exposure to technology and the Internet affects children's ability to concentrate.
Once a year, I go to a village in Phang Nga, Thailand, to volunteer and teach English at a disadvantaged (poorly funded) primary school for Burmese students. I would have to say one of the best times of my life is when I was staying in a small village in Thailand (Thai Mueang), teaching English to the Burmese kids, riding my scooter, working out of ym lap top, and just living a simple life.
Beauty lies in simplicity.