ASIA/INTERNATIONAL September 2017 Waiter's Thread

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ASIA/INTERNATIONAL September 2017 Waiter's Thread

Postby spicysalmonroll » Sun Sep 17, 2017 3:39 am

screw orbitals.

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Re: ASIA/INTERNATIONAL September 2017 Waiter's Thread

Postby ndyag » Sun Sep 17, 2017 3:53 am

was LG pretty difficult or was it just me? lol

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Re: ASIA/INTERNATIONAL September 2017 Waiter's Thread

Postby Ottoman » Sun Sep 17, 2017 3:57 am

there was no substitution rule right? or was I blind?

had two RC and wonder which one is experimental???

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Re: ASIA/INTERNATIONAL September 2017 Waiter's Thread

Postby VanillaSalt » Sun Sep 17, 2017 4:15 am

ndyag wrote:was LG pretty difficult or was it just me? lol


I totally died for this LG, expecting a -3 to -5 at minimum :(.

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Re: ASIA/INTERNATIONAL September 2017 Waiter's Thread

Postby aoaoaoa » Sun Sep 17, 2017 4:40 am

I had two RC sections. One started with a passage about Harriet Taylor and the other started with a passage about African textile. Can someone tell me which one is the real one?

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Re: ASIA/INTERNATIONAL September 2017 Waiter's Thread

Postby spicysalmonroll » Sun Sep 17, 2017 4:51 am

african textile was real (and the 4th passage on this was the chemistry vs. physics one)

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Re: ASIA/INTERNATIONAL September 2017 Waiter's Thread

Postby aoaoaoa » Sun Sep 17, 2017 4:55 am

spicysalmonroll wrote:african textile was real (and the 4th passage on this was the chemistry vs. physics one)


Thanks.

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Re: ASIA/INTERNATIONAL September 2017 Waiter's Thread

Postby billybillydan » Sun Sep 17, 2017 6:29 am

so happy this thread exists. anyone found LR extremely difficult?? also ive LR exp. trying to figure out which one is the experimental cos there's one that's extremely difficult, i guessed on most of the qs...

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Re: ASIA/INTERNATIONAL September 2017 Waiter's Thread

Postby Haburo » Sun Sep 17, 2017 6:26 pm

I did my test in Europe and the LG section was so hard! How do people figure out the unscored section?

I understand that you can tell whether the unscored section will be RC/LR/LG, but how do people figure out which of those is scored/unscored?

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Re: ASIA/INTERNATIONAL September 2017 Waiter's Thread

Postby augustyyy » Mon Sep 18, 2017 1:55 am

Haburo wrote:I did my test in Europe and the LG section was so hard! How do people figure out the unscored section?

I understand that you can tell whether the unscored section will be RC/LR/LG, but how do people figure out which of those is scored/unscored?


the only way is to check with people who wrote the same test with you but with different forms. see which four sections you had were in common then they were the real sections the rest was experimental.

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Re: ASIA/INTERNATIONAL September 2017 Waiter's Thread

Postby daiff » Mon Sep 18, 2017 9:05 am

spicysalmonroll wrote:african textile was real (and the 4th passage on this was the chemistry vs. physics one)



So the RC section with 4th passage on astronomy/astronomical physics was the other section, which was experimental??

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Re: ASIA/INTERNATIONAL September 2017 Waiter's Thread

Postby spicysalmonroll » Mon Sep 18, 2017 10:19 pm

daiff wrote:

So the RC section with 4th passage on astronomy/astronomical physics was the other section, which was experimental??



so yea, the gas giant/metallic sun passage was experimental

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Re: ASIA/INTERNATIONAL September 2017 Waiter's Thread

Postby daiff » Tue Sep 19, 2017 10:17 am

spicysalmonroll wrote:
daiff wrote:

So the RC section with 4th passage on astronomy/astronomical physics was the other section, which was experimental??



so yea, the gas giant/metallic sun passage was experimental



Thank you so much!!

Do you still remember any other passage from either the experimental or the real RC section?

Experiemental 1. Harriet Taylor & John Stuart Mill
2. ?
3. ?
4. Gas giant/metallic sun

Real: 1. African texile
2. Medieval music/iconography?
3. Visual illustration in British court?
4. Chemistry vs. Physics

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Re: ASIA/INTERNATIONAL September 2017 Waiter's Thread

Postby spicysalmonroll » Tue Sep 19, 2017 11:55 am

daiff wrote:
spicysalmonroll wrote:
daiff wrote:

So the RC section with 4th passage on astronomy/astronomical physics was the other section, which was experimental??



so yea, the gas giant/metallic sun passage was experimental



Thank you so much!!

Do you still remember any other passage from either the experimental or the real RC section?

Experiemental 1. Harriet Taylor & John Stuart Mill
2. ?
3. ?
4. Gas giant/metallic sun

Real: 1. African texile
2. Medieval music/iconography?
3. Visual illustration in British court?
4. Chemistry vs. Physics



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Re: ASIA/INTERNATIONAL September 2017 Waiter's Thread

Postby Anakharsis » Tue Sep 19, 2017 2:08 pm

I think there are at least two different international tests for EU/Africa and Asia because of time zones. I took mine in Africa and here is what I got:
Real RC: indigenous heirloom crops, public funding for arts (AB), bankruptcy laws, sandslides and fossils
Experimental RC: Brittain the pacifist activist, legal immunity for native tribes, early African abstract art, quantum field theory (AB)
LG: Someone named Juarez, pet owners in an apartment, Wed/Fri morning/afternoon sessions, five long/short versions of something in a magazine




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