Is this true?

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Re: Is this true?

Postby heyhowdyhey » Thu Sep 29, 2011 8:54 pm

Tom Joad wrote:
gogogadgetlaw wrote:
Tom Joad wrote:Please don't bring up that beyotch. I am only here to talk about expanding ocean crust and magnetic polarity.

Why all the hate for Kate?

Because it was the most confusing RC passage I had ever read, maybe with the exception of the Native American on on the same test.

I just took the June 11 test and actually found the Chopin passage to be perfectly fine, but the ocean floor one was totally killer.


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Re: Is this true?

Postby fosterp » Thu Sep 29, 2011 9:21 pm

I seem to remember the paper the questions are printed on are slightly translucent so when you get to the end of one section you can sort of see the first page of the next question. So you could possibly see if your third section is experimental if you happen to have RC/LR back to back on sections 3 and 4. This is the only legitimate way I can think of being able to deduce which section is experimental, short of lsac just deciding to change their methods - which is entirely possible as well.

I suppose you could tell which is experimental by the ordering of the questions and the kinds of questions you see - but I would assume this is a skill you could only pickup after taking an actual test multiple times. I am not sure how someone could have access to an actual experimental section as it was administered before actually taking the test.


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Re: Is this true?

Postby gogogadgetlaw » Thu Sep 29, 2011 9:42 pm


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