Picking Proper Answers
Obviously, the only way to pass any exam is to select enough of the right answers to obtain a passing score. However, Cisco's exams are not standardized like the SAT and GRE exams; they're far more diabolical and convoluted. In some cases, questions are strangely worded and deciphering them can be a real challenge. In those cases, you might need to rely on answer-elimination skills. Almost always, at least one answer out of the possible choices for a question can be eliminated immediately because it matches one of these conditions:
The answer does not apply to the situation.
The answer describes a nonexistent issue, an invalid option, or an imaginary state.
The answer can be eliminated because of information in the question ...