Why is it delusional? It had negative affects. It affected the experiment. Thus, if they are going to be fair, they MUST compensate for the change.
Because maybe, JUST MAYBE, it also had positive effects that you're conveniently ignoring.
What could you have done with more space that you couldn't have done with the previously alotted space? Use it for more hypotheticals and waste time? Isn't that another negative effect? No one needed that much space. It's like being given a 5 by 5 foot table to do the LSAT and then being unexpectedly moved to a different room and given a 10 by 10 foot table. Wow. We got extra room to do the LSAT guys. Does that make the LSAT you're taking any easier? No.[/quote]
As someone who's tutored the test, yeah, the space constraint makes a pretty big difference for tons of people. I've seen students' ability to finish and to score to their potential seriously effected by the space limitation. They'd do the the section with a notebook on the side for scratch paper and get one score consistently, and when I realized that and told them they need to practice without it, their score would dip because it's just another factor to juggle. Seems safe to say there are people who practice with scratch paper but who also don't have a tutor around to tell them not to.
Also, you should consider not using "It's like...." to start your sentences anymore. Every one of those sentences have made me facepalm.[/quote]
Facepalm for analogies?