ISSB Confusing Instructional Questions

This a very easy test, only the instructions are confusing. The candidate should study the question carefully and try to know in which way the answer is to be expressed. As soon as this is done, the question can at once be answered.

Example

  • In case ½ when added to ¼ makes ¾ write “wrong” unless ¾ when divided by ¼ gives ½, in which case write “right”.

Answer: Wrong

Read Carefully

Read through the question's instructions to identify potential points of ambiguity or lack of clarity. Think the questions what the question is asking.

Use Reverse Order

If arithmetic is involved in the question try to solve as you understand the instructions and check it in reverse order.

Elimination

Use elimination method of other choices by evaluating each choice in reverse order.