September 2016 Asia Waiters thread

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September 2016 Asia Waiters thread

Postby notsolawful » Sun Sep 25, 2016 12:44 am

Even though scores will probably come out on the same date, I'm making this thread anyway to bring communal joy/pain.

I thought it was more difficult than the June in Asia.
Thoughts?

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Re: September 2016 Asia Waiters thread

Postby galeatus » Sun Sep 25, 2016 1:16 am

WOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOO ASIA

Just finished, had LG-LR-RC(Exp)-LR-RC. Games was pretty normal apart from a circular game, LR1 was super easy but LR2 was a little bit denser, the 3rd passage in RC was pretty tough, especially when it's the last section.

Really pissed off by the fact that the S3 RC was experimental :( :( I felt so much better on that RC than on the real one...

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Re: September 2016 Asia Waiters thread

Postby Sarahcece » Sun Sep 25, 2016 1:34 am

galeatus wrote:WOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOO ASIA

Just finished, had LG-LR-RC(Exp)-LR-RC. Games was pretty normal apart from a circular game, LR1 was super easy but LR2 was a little bit denser, the 3rd passage in RC was pretty tough, especially when it's the last section.

Really pissed off by the fact that the S3 RC was experimental :( :( I felt so much better on that RC than on the real one...


I had LG-LR-RC-LR-RC too. The first RC was easier...

How did you find out which is experimental?

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Re: September 2016 Asia Waiters thread

Postby galeatus » Sun Sep 25, 2016 1:39 am

Sarahcece wrote:
galeatus wrote:WOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOO ASIA

Just finished, had LG-LR-RC(Exp)-LR-RC. Games was pretty normal apart from a circular game, LR1 was super easy but LR2 was a little bit denser, the 3rd passage in RC was pretty tough, especially when it's the last section.

Really pissed off by the fact that the S3 RC was experimental :( :( I felt so much better on that RC than on the real one...


I had LG-LR-RC-LR-RC too. The first RC was easier...

How did you find out which is experimental?


Powerscore said on their forum that the one with Folk Psychology/Trademark is experimental :-(

Apparently we share the same experimental with the disclosed tests

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Re: September 2016 Asia Waiters thread

Postby Sarahcece » Sun Sep 25, 2016 1:46 am

galeatus wrote:
Sarahcece wrote:
galeatus wrote:WOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOO ASIA

Just finished, had LG-LR-RC(Exp)-LR-RC. Games was pretty normal apart from a circular game, LR1 was super easy but LR2 was a little bit denser, the 3rd passage in RC was pretty tough, especially when it's the last section.

Really pissed off by the fact that the S3 RC was experimental :( :( I felt so much better on that RC than on the real one...


I had LG-LR-RC-LR-RC too. The first RC was easier...

How did you find out which is experimental?


Powerscore said on their forum that the one with Folk Psychology/Trademark is experimental :-(

Apparently we share the same experimental with the disclosed tests


Thank you. So the real RC is the one started with Women's rights? My memory is blurry...

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Re: September 2016 Asia Waiters thread

Postby notsolawful » Sun Sep 25, 2016 1:57 am

Woman's rights, sports and Belize are real, I think. I'm thinking this one was -12 or -11.

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Re: September 2016 Asia Waiters thread

Postby Sarahcece » Sun Sep 25, 2016 2:05 am

notsolawful wrote:Woman's rights, sports and Belize are real, I think. I'm thinking this one was -12 or -11.


Thanks! Yea that RC was harder... :(

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Re: September 2016 Asia Waiters thread

Postby nightie » Sun Sep 25, 2016 3:19 am

I thought the Belize RC was way easier than the Folk Psychology one! Didn't finish the last (circular game) and now freaking out a little about that. Completely unsure about how LR went.

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Re: September 2016 Asia Waiters thread

Postby hwwong » Sun Sep 25, 2016 3:44 am

Well I just signed up because I feel like sharing some information...
I got LR(25)-LG-LR(26)-RC-LR(25). I was expecting another LG after section 4 but it turns out to be a LR... LR1 was obviously easier than the other two. And if one of the real LR was rather easy, I think I might just have an experimental section 5 (Is that too good to be true?)
I got 3 LRs in June as well. I screwed up at that time because I was panicking throughout the first three sections, but I felt it was easier than I previously thought when I finished it. I can't say the September test is substantially more difficult though, maybe it is?
I didn't expect a circular game showing up since it's really rare, but it did this time. What a surprise...

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Re: September 2016 Asia Waiters thread

Postby yamaji96 » Sun Sep 25, 2016 7:16 am

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Re: September 2016 Asia Waiters thread

Postby Sarahcece » Sun Sep 25, 2016 8:34 am

That circular game was a surprise...But it was a normal linear game.

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Re: September 2016 Asia Waiters thread

Postby BEng,MBA,FRM,JD(?) » Sun Sep 25, 2016 10:03 am

Was slightly tougher than June lsat. Had lr experimental. All three were equally easy. Rc and lg were slightly tougher. I felt lg was a little time consuming.
Would think -12 is the curve. Was almost sure of a 172+. However my worst nightmare came true as I realised while handing over the answer sheet that I had marked only 26 answers in rc. Expecting a huge copying blunder. Begged the invigilator for some sympathy and extra thirty seconds. Expectedly, didn't help. Wondering whether to cancel or not.

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Re: September 2016 Asia Waiters thread

Postby galeatus » Sun Sep 25, 2016 10:27 am

BEng,MBA,FRM,JD(?) wrote:Was slightly tougher than June lsat. Had lr experimental. All three were equally easy. Rc and lg were slightly tougher. I felt lg was a little time consuming.
Would think -12 is the curve. Was almost sure of a 172+. However my worst nightmare came true as I realised while handing over the answer sheet that I had marked only 26 answers in rc. Expecting a huge copying blunder. Begged the invigilator for some sympathy and extra thirty seconds. Expectedly, didn't help. Wondering whether to cancel or not.


Holy shit that's awful, sorry to hear that.

Honestly dunno whether you should cancel or not - did you skip a question somewhere and bubbled the next question into it (that happens to me all the time)? Or do you think you double-bubbled a question?

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Re: September 2016 Asia Waiters thread

Postby BEng,MBA,FRM,JD(?) » Sun Sep 25, 2016 11:36 am

Double bubble. So, I marked 26 answers. At the end of the test, just to see how many questions were there, I saw the answer sheet. Rc showed 26. I checked the question paper immediately. It obviously had 27. My worst fears had come true when I saw the proctor walking up to me to collect the answer sheet. Moreover, I was so frozen that I couldn't even mark d on answer 27 in the two seconds I had. Never had a worst experience in my life. Just hoping December holds something better.

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Re: September 2016 Asia Waiters thread

Postby notsolawful » Mon Sep 26, 2016 11:10 am

Am I the only one doing the constant,"I definitely failed" and "maybe I didn't do so bad" switch.

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Re: September 2016 Asia Waiters thread

Postby nightie » Sun Oct 16, 2016 9:41 pm

Do we know if scores come out the same time as they do in the U.S? I'm in Singapore, so I can't say I'm excited for a night spent waking up periodically to check my e-mail due to the time difference.

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Re: September 2016 Asia Waiters thread

Postby notsolawful » Mon Oct 17, 2016 11:54 am

nightie wrote:Do we know if scores come out the same time as they do in the U.S? I'm in Singapore, so I can't say I'm excited for a night spent waking up periodically to check my e-mail due to the time difference.

Yes. they come out in waves randomly though



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