Dumb question: 'space to diagram LGs' - too congested?

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Dumb question: 'space to diagram LGs' - too congested?

Postby justbubbles » Tue May 31, 2011 6:16 pm

I don't know about the rest of you, but judging by the rather small space on the actual test's question booklet, am I the only one who finds the space to do diagrams/work-out scenarios to be exceptionally congested? :?

I have vision issues, therefore it doesn't help me at all to squeeze all that stuff into that tiny space around the LG questions.

Plus, I tend to make use of previous diagrams/work to attack questions as I do each LG. Erasing and doing the new work is not only more time-consuming and laborious, but also unhelpful.

Can we use the back of the booklet or something to work out the LGs? :?


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Re: Dumb question: 'space to diagram LGs' - too congested?

Postby SanDiegoJake » Tue May 31, 2011 6:48 pm

No, you cannot use any additional space on the back page, on any separate piece of paper, or anywhere not in that particular section. I generally use the area below all the questions, not so much the space between the questions.

You can do it - everybody does. Practice doing entire games on post-it notes, and write small.

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Re: Dumb question: 'space to diagram LGs' - too congested?

Postby AntipodeanPhil » Tue May 31, 2011 7:15 pm

Some of the recent PTs are especially bad in this respect.

I would suggest using the grid method, but everyone here has been indoctrinated against it.

It is possible to get by - even without the grid method - if you use a sharp pencil and write small.

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