teaadntoast wrote:missvik218 wrote:lawduder wrote:missvik218 wrote:PT 52 -- COME ON ... we're getting so close I don't want to be just barely breaking 170 it's so frustrating!
LG -5 (Did anyone else think that the second and fourth game on the test were difficult?!)
I thought that the second and third games were hard, the fourth one was just a sequencing game which I found to be quite easy.
Actually, you're right ... it was the second game which really threw me, I skipped to last two questions to come back to later (I NEVER do this with games). The third was also harder than usual on newer tests and I think just slowed me down, I got the last two wrong on the last game but it was time issue rather than the difficulty of the game.
Which games were these?
Game 2 was kids being assigned to chaperons
[Not sure if you wanted an explanation, but I typed it out before i realized that you might not, so in the words of one of my heroes, Kel Mitchell, "aww here it goes...."
The last two were def trickier, 11 made you identify one of the most basic inferences in the game a rule said said T had to be with either M or O. The question was which one of the following pairs cannot be with P and one of them included T. Typically with this question you are going to be tested on some chain of inference of if one person then not the second, but this one was MUCH more basic. You probably just overthought this one, or expected a higher level of difficulty.
#12 was a similar question, this time you needed to use your inferences. Here you had to use rule #2 to realize that C could not be true. If K is not with M (as in this option), then V must be with O. O already has T and K and cannot have 3 kids. ]
Game 3 was assigning seminars on Goals, Objection, Persuasion, Humor, Negotiating and Telemarketing to a schedule.