Ive been thinking about guessing strategies for questions that I am clueless on. Obviously I dont want to guess more than I have to but Id like to have a good plan if it comes down to it. Im finding that eliminating an answer before guessing is no better than randomly guessing but that could be related to my suspicion that Schweser includes a lot of tricky situations so you learn from the mistake before it counts.
Right now my plan is to skip if I dont know and count letters at the end. Ill just put the least commonly used answer as my guess for all that I skipped. Assuming there is an equal amt of each letter, Ill tend to do slightly better than guessing rate with this strategy if Ive been generally correct. The cost would be guessing less accurately if Ive done poorly. My thought is that if Ive done poorly on the things I think I know, I probably wont be passing no matter how well I guess. What are your thoughts on the issue?