ENEMIES OF THE GATE wrote:I'm pretty much just going to sum up my feelings, most of which have been mentioned before, and hope the trolls leave well enough alone.
1) The extra space threw me off. Doing my initial diagram on the left page then having the visual disconnect from the left to the right page took extra time, and I feel had a negative impact on my performance.
2) I recognize the majority of people probably praised their various gods that they had extra space.
3) If you think of an experimental section as an actual experiment, the one variable that is being tested is the only thing that should change (the questions). Everything else is a control and should remain the same test to test. If not, then you can't be sure that the difference from one experiment to another is based entirely on the questions themselves. Just Scientific Method 101 here.
4) The fact that something else changed COULD be a valid concern for the LSAC. Do I think they're going to take it into consideration? Maybe a little. Do I think I'm going to get an extra 3 point curve in my favor? Hell no.
Number 3 is what I was originally going for. I'm glad I'm not the only one who thinks this way.