From what I'm reading, it seems like the consensus is that the first LG was the experimental one - the reasoning being that it seemed too easy compared to the second one.
I wasn't aware 'too easy' was an indicator of experimentation - I figured the unique format of the TV Schedule games in the second set was a new twist in the ordering problem set (and hence probably the experimental section). Can anyone offer more insight into why they think 1st was experimental or is it really just that simple?
The entire point of this thread is for those who took the LG-LR-LG-RC-LR version (i.e. the one with TWO logic games). If you took a version that only had one, then sure, yours would not be the experimental, but it's a little odd that you're complaining about people still talking about the subject to which the thread is devoted...
Anyway, my money is on the second LG being the experimental.
Zacharus, you need to reread your own post. Wolf is telling you what games were in the non-experimental section, meals/tv schedule. That means that your experimental is the section without those games, which I believe was your first section. There is no longer need for a "consensus" or to "put your money" on which one was real, that question has been answered numerous times.
Yes, what Wolf is telling you is that he only had 1 LG section. So, the games that wolf had (since there was only 1 LG section on Wolf's test) means that those games were real. There can be no other section then that is real for LG than that experienced by those who only had one section. That's why when you buy the tests to practice with there is only ever one LG section. We might have had two, but discerning which one was real only takes finding out what someone who only had one LG section saw as that must then be the real section. Sorry to break it to you, but the 1st section was experimental. TV shows was real.
Honestly I am at least happy about it as I got smoked on the Juice and Snacks game in the first section.