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Max324 wrote:Not terribly likely, I'm afraid. I predict that we will not be seating guests around a circular dinner table, and I predict that we won't be asked to manipulate words by adding, subtracting, or changing letters.
Edit: Let me qualify that -- I wouldn't be floored by, say, one relative ordering, one linear ordering, and one linear hybrid. But three straight-ahead linear? Not going to happen.
Yea, probably this.
Although I would love an EASY curveball game like mixing chemicals or the letter-word game from older PTs. I hope the first game is relative ordering sequence so we ease into the test. Also, praying that the experimental section is LG. Just not RC please.
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