whatjusthappened wrote:Desert Fox wrote:honestabe84 wrote:This is why I think the creators really screwed up the curve on this test:
There was one game (the last game) that had a really ambiguous term, and everyone is complaining about it. I guarantee that when this game appeared as an experimental, it did not have that confusing term. As a result, not many (no one?) had to stop and think about a single rule and more people would have gotten the game right, or at least more questions right. So the curve for this test is not going to factor in ALL the trouble people had with that game.
Unless the creators intentionally made this game ambiguous, which I would find very hard to believe.
How the fuck can you guarantee that? I'd bet it was exactly the same. And exactly as many people got it wrong in experimental. That doesn't mean I don't believe it was ambiguous, it might be. However every test there is a question people misread, and bitch about. And then the test comes out and everyone realizes they read it wrong.
I thought that they change the game up a lot when it goes from being an experimental to the real thing (i.e., different scenario)?
No they use it word for word usually.