Read questions very carefully. Watch out for double negatives such as ‘Which of the following is not incorrect…’. It is very important not to miss words, or part of words, by reading too quickly.
For non-numerical questions, read all answer choices. Do not just stop when you get to one that sounds right; there may be a better choice.
For long questions, dissect the bits of information that are provided. What information is relevant? What is most specifically related to the questions? Often a wrong answer looks good because it is consistent with information in the question that is actually irrelevant.
After you read the question, determine what you think the question is asking. This can help you filter out extraneous ...