Does every test have the same experiemental "section"

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jdhopeful11
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Does every test have the same experiemental "section"

Postby jdhopeful11 » Sun Feb 28, 2010 12:33 pm

I know that the order of sections can vary between tests (ie one test is LG-LR-LR-RC-LG, while another is LR-LG-LR-LR-RC) in a given session, but does this apply to the experimental section as well, or is there a "designated" experimental section for all tests? In other words, if the experimental section of a specific test belongs to the third section, will it be the same for the other versions of the test? Or, can one distribution of a test have its experimental section belong in the third section while another in the first?

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Re: Does every test have the same experiemental "section"

Postby Knock » Sun Feb 28, 2010 2:54 pm

I've been told on here that the experimental section almost always occurs sometime within the 1st three sections. Not completely sure of the validity of that however.

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Re: Does every test have the same experiemental "section"

Postby napolnic » Sun Feb 28, 2010 3:03 pm

There are different experimental sections. It could be different from one test to the next, but generally there , in total across all tests, one of each experimental of each type of section. You do one.

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Re: Does every test have the same experiemental "section"

Postby tomwatts » Sun Feb 28, 2010 3:07 pm

andyman wrote:I know that the order of sections can vary between tests (ie one test is LG-LR-LR-RC-LG, while another is LR-LG-LR-LR-RC) in a given session, but does this apply to the experimental section as well, or is there a "designated" experimental section for all tests? In other words, if the experimental section of a specific test belongs to the third section, will it be the same for the other versions of the test? Or, can one distribution of a test have its experimental section belong in the third section while another in the first?

Used to be the former, now is the latter.




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