We develop a robust method to model quadruply lensed quasars, relying heavily on the work of Witt (1996), who showed that for elliptical potentials, the four image positions, the source, and the lensing galaxy lie on a right hyperbola. For the singular isothermal elliptical potential, there exists a complementary ellipse centered on the source which also maps through the four images, with the same axis ratio as the potential but perpendicular to it. We first solve for Witt's hyperbola, reducing the allowable space of models to three dimensions. We then obtain the best fitting complementary ellipse. The simplest models of quadruple lenses require seven parameters to reproduce the observed image configurations, while the four positions give eight constraints. This leaves us one degree of freedom to use as a figure of merit. We applied our model to 29 known lenses, and include their figures of merit. We then modeled 100 random quartets. A selection criterion that sacrifices 20% of the known lenses can exclude 98% of the random quartets.