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Almost always an important clue to determining the correct option.

It is NOT important when used with the word "likely" or "probably"
Primary, Major, Least, Preferred, Main
These words define quantity or quality and are ALWAYS important in finding the correct option. They indicate the use of classification as a reasoning skill. In other words, the test makers want to see if you can put the option choices into classes or rank order and then determine which option is the best response.
Primarily, Usually, Probably, Could Be, Should, Generally, Typically, Commonly
They can always be removed from the sentence without attecting the meaning of the question.
All of the above
Often the correct reponse - if u can verify that more than 1 of the choices is prob correct, consider choosing "All of the Above"
Always cover up the choices while reading the question;
anticipate the correct answer before you are distracted by the choices. If you c the choice, circle it and check the rest of the choices
Choices that use absolute words are less likely to be correct than conditional words
Absolute words: always, never
Conditional words - usually, probably, sometimes