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 BigDogLittleBark
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Hi!

What is the difference between problem type and question type? I am reviewing my results from a timed section and Sufficient & Necessary, Cause & Effect, and Numbers and Percentages were grouped under "problem type". Just wanted to know if I should be studying these differently from the question types that I performed the lowest on. Thanks!
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 Stephanie Turaj
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BigDogLittleBark wrote: Wed Jan 13, 2021 6:38 am Hi!

What is the difference between problem type and question type? I am reviewing my results from a timed section and Sufficient & Necessary, Cause & Effect, and Numbers and Percentages were grouped under "problem type". Just wanted to know if I should be studying these differently from the question types that I performed the lowest on. Thanks!
Hi BigDogLittleBark!

Thanks for the post, and great question!

"Problem Type" refers to the stimulus and "Question Type" refers to the question stem. :)

Thanks!

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