How to Find the Answer to Most Questions
How do you find the answers to a question?
Herein find some best sites where you can ask questions and get answers from real people online.
- Yahoo! Answers.
- Blurt it.
How do you find answers to questions you don’t know?
- Repeat or paraphrase the question out loud.
- Ask clarifying questions.
- Admit you don’t know the full answer.
- Provide what information you do have.
- Promise you will find the answer and come back to the questioner.
- Ask the questioner how to best reach him, if you don’t know how.
- Ask the group to continue the presentation.
How do you find answers within yourself?
5 Steps to Finding the Answers Within
- Take some time out to connect with yourself. Turn off your phone, computer and TV, and allow yourself time to just be.
- Take some deep breaths and quiet your mind.
- Connect with your deeper self.
- Ask questions and allow the answers to come into your awareness.
- Trust and practice.
Why is C the most common answer?
What to say instead of I don’t know?
The idea that C is the best answer to choose when guess-answering a question on a multiple choice test rests on the premise that ACT answer choices are not truly randomized. In other words, the implication is that answer choice C is correct more often than any other answer choice.
How do you read tricky questions?
4 things to say instead of ‘I don’t know’
- ‘I’ll find out’ This response is a tried and true fallback for a reason — it’s both supportive and self-assured.
- ‘I have that same question’ There are those moments when you just don’t have the answer.
- ‘My best guess is..’
- ‘Why don’t we ask [name]?’
How do you find a hard question?
Make a vague plan and identify the gaps in your knowledge; try to fill these gaps by extending the stuff you do know to make some really great points. Come up with an argument/thesis for your response (this will really help your marks). Try and refer to what you remember of the mark scheme for a really good answer.
How do you set exam questions?
- Don’t stop at the first good answer. We know that human curiosity can be prematurely satiated.
- Explore multiple approaches simultaneously.
- Trust your intuitions, but don’t waste too much time arguing for them.
- Go meta.
- Dissolve the question.
- Sleep on it.
- Be ready to recognize a good answer when you see it.
What is the most difficult question to ask?
Use a 3-part structure in answers
- an opening – topic sentence (your main idea)
- a middle – body (supporting details)
- a closing – summary and a sign you’re ending the answer.