TK2 Posted September 19, 2016 Share Posted September 19, 2016 Since I'm down the GRE rabbit hole now, here's one thing I can't figure out. Information in various guides seems to be contradictory, even within the same guide. One the one hand - they clearly state that all questions count equally (and encourage skimming through and getting all easy questions first as a strategy.) But - they also state that a high number of correct answers in the first section will define the level of difficulty offered in the second section. And - finally, that the highest scores can only be earned by having access to, and correctly answering, the most difficult questions. So what's going on here? Do different questions factor differently? In the calculation of scores when normalized on the curve only? Or they all count the same in the first section and then are adjusted in the second section? What? I'm pretty sure its meaningless in terms of taking the test, i'm just obsessively curious at this point, possibly due to the level of loathing i'm developing for this thing. The opposite of hate being not love but indifference. Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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