Everyone gets that feeling. Technically, it's called an instantaneous reaction made without thought. Here's the scenario: You've stared at an exam question for five minutes and still nothing. It seems that the 'recall' button in permanent memory has either gone missing or its battery is running low. You're faced with this mental battle between two answer options. But something is pushing you towards one. Don't dismiss a gut reaction. It's intuition (sometimes just called a hunch) and it leaps from the subconscious. That hunch is built on past experiences and knowledge. Relying on intuition doesn't always lead to the correct answer, but it's not a crazy idea either. Maybe the conscious mind has shut down, but your gut reaction sensors are alive and well. Fortunately, you can test these sensors anytime when answering Passit questions.