70's LG page flipping

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70's LG page flipping

Postby maybeman » Fri Dec 23, 2016 3:21 pm

I recently started taking PTs in the 70s and have lost a minute or so on each section from flipping between my master gameboard and the questions due to the extra space on each page. It's not a huge deal, but it slows my thought process down a bit, especially when I have to turn back to the question several times to test different ACs.

So, strategy question. Is it more effective/time efficient to write new gameboards next to each question and flip back to your master/rules? Or vice versa?

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Re: 70's LG page flipping

Postby Shemp » Fri Dec 23, 2016 3:34 pm

Why don't you keep your test book open so you can see two pages at the same time?

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Re: 70's LG page flipping

Postby Mikey » Fri Dec 23, 2016 3:38 pm

Just print out the two separate pages for 1 game, then on the back of those 2 pages just print out the next game's 2 pages. so on and so forth.

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Re: 70's LG page flipping

Postby maybeman » Fri Dec 23, 2016 4:20 pm

Mikey wrote:Just print out the two separate pages for 1 game, then on the back of those 2 pages just print out the next game's 2 pages. so on and so forth.


I assumed the booklets double-side everything and have been printing games like that, which caused the "problem". This makes sense though :roll:. Thanks mikey

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Re: 70's LG page flipping

Postby Shemp » Fri Dec 23, 2016 4:42 pm

Oh, if you are printing double sided and ending up with the games on two sides of the same page instead of on two facing pages, then you just need to start printing one page later or earlier. One of the test companies used to have a note that told you what page to start printing on to help prevent this problem. On the actual test, both pages of a game or reading comp passage will be on facing pages.

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Re: 70's LG page flipping

Postby maybeman » Fri Dec 23, 2016 5:30 pm

Shemp wrote:Oh, if you are printing double sided and ending up with the games on two sides of the same page instead of on two facing pages, then you just need to start printing one page later or earlier. One of the test companies used to have a note that told you what page to start printing on to help prevent this problem. On the actual test, both pages of a game or reading comp passage will be on facing pages.


Makes total sense. I'm glad that's how they do it. Thanks!



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