Since this thread has been pretty lame, I figured I'd try to get the ball rolling. I'd really like to know which of my LRs was experimental. For everyone with only two LRs, please let me know if any of the below material looks familiar. Thanks!
LR1 (25) (think this was probably the experimental, tho hoping not. Killed it!)
- Schools of fish and robotic cars (navigation principle)
- Roman Britain, tar remnants on inside of bowls
- (this one may have been from a different LR, tough to remember) lab rats, some chemical, and its effect on the benefits of exercise.
1) mod edit: do not say the kind of game
2) don't recall, but finished quickly and without difficulty
3) hardest of the bunch, no unlocking inferences, but also doable.
Weds (pm) and Friday (am+pm) sessions. 5 ppl.
4) figured out the setup, which made it pretty simple.
Long/Short films + mod edit: do not say the kind of game
Much harder than the first. Time was an issue, which it almost never is for me.
- TV screens, compound vs noncompound, size and brightness
- (possibly from different LR section) hotel has poor online advertising strategy b/c focuses on price, whereas most guests who post online comments say the ocean views are its best feature.
Maybe the hardest of the LR, was very pressed for time again, which is unusual for me.
- ratio of t32/34 and mars
- "whom" will go obsolete
- (possibly from different LR section) most lawyers consider info on internet to fall under copy right law. But language similar to real estate. So real estate law should apply.
- (possibly from different LR section) restaurant X's competitor says it's unlikely X has fresh okra
Found this ridiculously difficult. First passage was very dense, a lot of questions. Second slightly less so but still required more time than usual. Saw the contents of the third and thought "what the hell is this? three tough ones in a row?!" Had probably four minutes to read and complete answers for the final passage, forced to flat out guess #27. Never had to guess an RC q on any PTs.
1) heirloom crops
2) Public funding for the arts (comparative)
3) Corporate bankruptcy laws
4) Dino fossils, sand storm, alternate theory