Best answers don't seem to be the "best"
At this point I've read and written 36 pgs of notes from the PMBOK, have the Rita book on the way, and will start my study hours on PMStudy soon. I've also started looking at some free practice exams and have been horribly disheartened at what I see.
I can accept that I'm getting a lot of incorrect answers based on my phase of study, but even after researching incorrect answers and further considerations, I still disagree with many of the so called "correct" or "best" answers. Many questions give very incomplete information about scenarios and options that could be correct depending on how you imagine the undefine details. While there may be some support for the "correct" answers I can also find support for my "incorrect" answers.
True correctness aside, what is the best way to think like the authors of the test and derive what they think the "best" answer should be?