The number of Qs in Games

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The number of Qs in Games

Postby lovejopd » Thu Feb 23, 2012 1:34 pm

Hey, just a quick question.
Does the number of questions have something to do with the level of difficulty of Games?

For example, the game with 5 questions is relatively more difficult than the game with 7 questions?
I am just wondering whether test makers take into consideration the number of questions based on the difficulty in Game.

Thx in advance... :D

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Re: The number of Qs in Games

Postby glucose101 » Thu Feb 23, 2012 4:26 pm

Kinda. I just tend to think that if it has 7 questions, they don't make it impossible because that would mean someone couldn't get a majority of the 7 questions if they didn't understand the setup. If it has 5 questions, more than likely, the setup can be difficult and one wouldn't lose as many points than say on a 7-question game.

Again, not a rule written in stone.

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