I believe 27. I can't really remember what the topics were. I think one had to do with Indians and their methods of farming. I think I got every question right. I was so disappointed when I found out that was the experimental.[/quote]
I'm pretty sure the real section had 27 questions..my exp reading sec had 26 so unless both urs had 27 that was the.real one I'm pretty sure...literally just reread the first 10 pgs of this thread to make sure
Yea.. the non-exp one had Indian/White farming methods, Bankrupt laws on companies, the debate on how the fossils ended up where they were, and some other one... I better not be banned for this because this is GENERAL and a bunch of ppl already mentioned it before and didn't get any bans. The fossil one was the hardest, followed by bankrupt laws, and the easiest was the indian/white farming where all you had to do was pick the most anti-white/pro-indian answer.
Forgot the 4th one.
farming, bankruptcy, comparative tax subsidies for art (pro and con), and fossils found in sand.
I only had one RC so those were definitely the topics. And there were 27 questions.
I believe it was given in that order. And I really didn't find any of them to be more than average difficulty. In past practice tests I never seem to completely understand sections that start with "XXXXXX Person, who was of XXXX decent, refined the field of literature/poetry/art/etc by doing x and y whereas others only did x or y,..." or whatever. For some reason I read those and can't focus on them; I just think who the fuck cares at all about this garbage?
Yea you're right. The tax subsidies were hard though.. that was the compare one and they seemed to agree vaguely (sp?) but then oppose on more specific terms and the questions were killer..
I can't stand art. I think it's a made up field where people express their emotions and feelings and make up crap and pretend it's exact like science... so when it was about art, my mind entered into vague mode and sort of decided to interpret the reading like it would interpret art... weird I know but then the questions got really specific and weren't as much about the passage as other RC.. they were more infer questions with an emphasis on infer lol so it felt like there wasn't a sentence that could make an answer 100% true.. stupid art.. In my head I kept thinking, "Not my tax money!"