outlookingin wrote:bernaldiaz wrote:I'm not sure if I get more nervous hearing about the drops or more peeved from hearing about the jumpers and knowing it won't happen to me. This thread was not my best idea.
Nah man this is pretty fascinating/frightening. I like what the earlier poster said about paying less attention to your low and high scores and more attention to your average and variance. I'm going to get consistent!!! Like chocolate cake frosting... mmmm... (my girlfriend is making a cake right now--yes!)
Also to do:
--Test with 32 min. sections
--Test with 5+ sections
--Test in busy libraries
The only problem with this (correct me if I am wrong) is that our PT scores will actually be off-whack, right? It will low-ball what we are capable of... buuuut maybe that's a good thing. Hold us back from hubris and shit.
Is the consensus that the old practice tests are harder than the current exams?