These questions will present you with a chart and you need to go through the information in your notes to answer it properly.
Usually there are two types of charts that ask you for the process of something described in the listening.
One chartasks you to put the four answer choices in order from either beginning to end or end to beginning. Read the question carefully because sometimes they want the opposite order of what you might think.
The other chart asks you if each statement in a series is a part of the process or not by clicking yes or no next to the individual statements.
The yes and no questions can seem easier but sometimes the words are dangerous and you must read carefully.
In both types of questions, the accuracy of your answer depends on whether or not you wrote down the process in you notes. For whatever reason, sometimes you will not have it in your notes and then you must try to read each answer choice and make logical decisions.
Think about which one would occur first. Sometimes these questions can be answered without having to even hear the lecture if you just think logically about the order of the answer choices.