Br3v wrote:You can be vague.
Example: "it was about a test on whale brains"
You can't say "it was a test on whale brains and as you to justify and the answer was G) Frankenstein invented brains"
LG was straight-forward. I'm brain dead right now, but I remember one of the questions in Game #3 tripped me up, so I barely finished Game 3 and 4 on time. Before I got to Game 3, I had 23 minutes left, but that one question threw me off, and I ended up redrawing diagrams, going back to old problems, etc. And ended up having 5 minutes for the last game. LG is my strongest section, and the last game was fairly straight-forward, so I was frustrated by the set-back and feeling rushed on the last three questions. (I usually like to have time left over to check my answers/check that the wrong answers are wrong)
LR is my weakest section... I felt this test was kinda everywhere. I felt some of the questions (even the harder ones at the end) were straightforward and the choice was clear. On the other hand, I felt some of the earlier questions and otherwise straightforward questions had ambiguous language.
RC. Oh wow! I had the RC in a row like the other thread on this forum mentioned. I was partially glad to know that one of the RC was experimental, and I could get that out of the way, but it was still kind of like a sucker punch to start the next section and to see it was another RC. On the first RC section, I finished reading the passage right when she called the 5 minute time, so I had 5 minutes to finish all the questions. Felt rushed, since I didn't get to check my answers. Second RC section really owned me. Actually I'm feeling pretty brain dead right now and don't even remember which passages were from which section