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andreamarie3232
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Games

Postby andreamarie3232 » Fri Apr 15, 2011 10:51 am

Putting personal weakness aside, are there any common characteristics of the hardest game within a section? (ie... fewer rules, fewer deductions, wording???) Sometimes I pick the wrong one to do first and while I can leave it and go to another, easier game, this can compromise guaranteed points...

bhan87
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Re: Games

Postby bhan87 » Fri Apr 15, 2011 10:58 am

Wrong section and no, hard games come in all shapes and sizes. For instance: Used and New CDs was ridic because of all the conditionals you had to juggle, but the recent stained glass was difficult because you were forced to make lots of hypotheticals (some would call this time consuming rather than difficult), Dinos was difficult because of the strange setup despite having very few rules, etc

Total Litigator
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Re: Games

Postby Total Litigator » Fri Apr 15, 2011 11:09 am

Anna has a higher GPA than Mark, but Mark has a higher LSAT score than everyone else. John and Kate have LSAT scores which are two points apart. John's GPA is the highest, Kate's GPA is the lowest. Each has been admitted to only one school and none have been admitted to the same school. Between the four of them they have admitances to Harvard, UPenn, Temple, and Cooley. Assuming a normal cycle, should Kate attend the school to which she was admitted?

tittsburghfeelers
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Re: Games

Postby tittsburghfeelers » Fri Apr 15, 2011 11:17 am

Total Litigator wrote:Anna has a higher GPA than Mark, but Mark has a higher LSAT score than everyone else. John and Kate have LSAT scores which are two points apart. John's GPA is the highest, Kate's GPA is the lowest. Each has been admitted to only one school and none have been admitted to the same school. Between the four of them they have admitances to Harvard, UPenn, Temple, and Cooley. Assuming a normal cycle, should Kate attend the school to which she was admitted?


Are any of them URM?




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