3 LR Sections, two with 26 questions today? PLEASE HELP!

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3 LR Sections, two with 26 questions today? PLEASE HELP!

Postby lsatnyc83 » Sat Oct 09, 2010 6:46 pm

I'm pretty sure my exam went as follows: RC (27 Questions) LR (25) LR (25) LG (23) LR (27). However when my answer key was being collected I realized I filled in 26 bubbles for section 2. This means I must have misaligned my answers on section 2. Does anyone know if there was a version matching the description I listed, or if there was only one version that fit the order of RC LR LR LG LR and it was 27 26 25 23 27?

If I did indeed make the error I think I may have, does anyone know if section two on that style exam is likely to be experimental?

I prepared a lot for this exam, so I'm obviously freaking out and considering canceling my score. Any help would be appreciated! I don't mean to break any rules and will remove the questions if I am (I'm not mentioning any question specifics).
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Re: 3 LR Sections, two with 26 questions today? PLEASE HELP!

Postby gdane » Sat Oct 09, 2010 6:47 pm

Relax. There are different forms and tests. Sections and questions are scattered differently. Chances are nothing went wrong. You'll be fine.

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Re: 3 LR Sections, two with 26 questions today? PLEASE HELP!

Postby lsatnyc83 » Sat Oct 09, 2010 6:50 pm

It's just that I'm so sure that section 2 only had 25 questions yet I filled in 26 answers. This means I might have misaligned the answers I was filling in. I wish I knew if the section was experimental.

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Re: 3 LR Sections, two with 26 questions today? PLEASE HELP!

Postby Lasers » Sat Oct 09, 2010 6:53 pm

lsatnyc83 wrote:It's just that I'm so sure that section 2 only had 25 questions yet I filled in 26 answers. This means I might have misaligned the answers I was filling in. I wish I knew if the section was experimental.

i had two 26 question LR for sure. you sure you had two 25 question sections?

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Re: 3 LR Sections, two with 26 questions today? PLEASE HELP!

Postby lsatnyc83 » Sat Oct 09, 2010 6:56 pm

Lasers wrote:
lsatnyc83 wrote:It's just that I'm so sure that section 2 only had 25 questions yet I filled in 26 answers. This means I might have misaligned the answers I was filling in. I wish I knew if the section was experimental.

i had two 26 question LR for sure. you sure you had two 25 question sections?


I thought I had two 25 LR sections. Did your exam go RC (27) LR (26) LR (25) LG (23) LR (27)?

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Re: 3 LR Sections, two with 26 questions today? PLEASE HELP!

Postby Lasers » Sat Oct 09, 2010 6:58 pm

lsatnyc83 wrote:
Lasers wrote:
lsatnyc83 wrote:It's just that I'm so sure that section 2 only had 25 questions yet I filled in 26 answers. This means I might have misaligned the answers I was filling in. I wish I knew if the section was experimental.

i had two 26 question LR for sure. you sure you had two 25 question sections?


I thought I had two 25 LR sections. Did your exam go RC (27) LR (26) LR (25) LG (23) LR (27)?

if i remember correctly it went: RC -27, LR -25, LR - 26, LG - 23, LR - 26

but i know for sure there were two 26 question sections.

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Re: 3 LR Sections, two with 26 questions today? PLEASE HELP!

Postby ND'10 » Sat Oct 09, 2010 7:02 pm

Absolutely positive my sections were

CR 27
LR 25
LR 25
LG 23
LR 26

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Re: 3 LR Sections, two with 26 questions today? PLEASE HELP!

Postby lsatnyc83 » Sat Oct 09, 2010 7:07 pm

ND'10 wrote:Absolutely positive my sections were

CR 27
LR 25
LR 25
LG 23
LR 26


Looks like I'm going to have to cancel then unless the 2nd section was experimental for all test takers. :( This can't be proven, right?




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