Trending across numbers but not question types?

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Trending across numbers but not question types?

Postby gambelda » Mon Nov 15, 2010 10:38 am

Has anyone seen this trend style before? I know that in LR these number questions are generally the more difficult ones, but I'm not sure why I have a trend across number and not question types.

In my last 3 preptests I have gotten all first 14 correct in LR and only -1 or -2 in the first 14 of RC

In the next column of questions (when you grade a test there are 4 columns of listed answers in the answer key - I'm referring to the 3rd one now). I get -4 almost consistently in this coumn.

Anyone have any idea what could be causing this? I don't think it's being tired because it makes no sense why I miss them from being "tired" but still go -0 in the first 14 questions of the next section of the exam.


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Re: Trending across numbers but not question types?

Postby CurlyKat » Mon Nov 15, 2010 10:59 am

I think generally 15-20 is where they put the more difficult questions in LR, in RC I don't know, maybe you get tired around there and you regain your focus for the last passage.. Or it's just a coincidence. I don't think that 4 PTs is enough to look for these kind of trends..

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