ttaylrzui wrote: ↑Sun Jun 13, 2021 6:59 pm
The sections I had in order were LG-RC-LR
LG - Museum crime scene, Econ Classes, Hall for Speech’s, Something about some vehicles I think.
RC - Comparative was about keystone predators and some type of ecosystem, then one about some woman Britain ?? who was for the war and then was against it (or the opposite I can’t remember), then the judicial system and using enrichment.
LR fire glass and arson??? Smokers and fruit and a better diet. Art and how people make fakes but they should be considered real because the real artist has assistance doing most of the work anyway.
My brain is so foggy now lol that’s the best I could do
I took it on Saturday and had the same LG and RC sections it sounds like. The order I got was RC - LR - LG, which I think probably helped me confidence since I find RC to be my strongest section at this point.
- Britain being pro-war before WWI and then a pacifist
- the role of courts in interpreting the law
- the two authors discussing aquatic keystone predators
- I am super fuzzy on the other passage, which I think came third for me -- Canadian native tribes? ~you mentioned a passage about using enrichment, I don't think I had that one.
The LR questions that I remember were
- family vacation and choosing which motel to stay in after a bad experience
- vampire stories and rabies
- pilots and cancer
- ankle injuries and the type of shoe worn
- ivy growing on buildings
- the first one is the one I have the most trouble remembering - ordering of student seating?
- upper and lower hall
- economics classes & prerequisites (this one was just plain RUDE)
- the order of events with the burglary in the museum, noises, etc
I'm already signed up for August - hoping/planning on that being my second (and last!) go at the beast. I know I can improve on my June score. God, waiting for the results in brutal.