A nested multiple choice question includes a stem (the lead-in description) and four statements in ascending roman numeral order; i.e., i, ii, iii, and iv. The four answer options (a, b, c, and d) then include various combinations of those statements as being correct; e.g., (a) i and ii are correct; (b) ii and iv are correct, and so forth. (Note: The vast majority of questions are standard four option MCQs, but it never hurts to be prepared). Passit includes a 10-page discussion (plus detailed examples) of nested MCQs in the study guides for Real Estate as a Professional Career and Land Structures and Real Estate Trading.