Whenever we look at old exams, they are all clearly marked Sections 1-4 and each section as identified as a specific section thats universal to everyone.
So for the actual exam, (even if we account for the experimental section- and skip one--- ie Section 4 is Section 3) how come there are so many conflicting possibilities.
Wouldn't Sections 4 and 5 have to be the same for everyone? (Assuming the experimental is in the first 3)
If someone can clear this up, I'd appreciate it. Thanks
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They give sections in different order.
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