Sometimes inference questions are difficult because they ask about a moment in the lecture that you might have skipped in your notes or plainly didn’t understand. In a situation like this, remember that elimination is one of your best friends on this test. Look at those answer choices and think about which ones do not fit to what you do understand about the lecture or the conversation. Most likely, the wrong answer choices are going to be false or irrelevant. This means that you need to train yourself to always think about what answer choices you can eliminate based on what you do know from the listening section. When you eliminate, usually you can narrow your chances down to two choices. Those are better odds than one out of four. Also, remember that the questions tend to go in chronological order which means that the first question you answer will most likely be from the listening passage in an area before the next question. If you cannot locate the information you need in your notes to make the inference from, then perhaps you need to look at the questions before and after in order to get an idea of the section you should be looking at.
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LABELS: IBT LISTENING QUESTION: INFERENCE
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