cyanophycean314 wrote:At Indiana, our State test made each team split into two parts, a lab portion consisting of five stations and a very long test. Because there were stations and the other person was in another room sometimes, it made consulting about things kinda weird.
I manned the test portion and it didn't cover too many advanced topics. It was definitely all within phys B level. They tried to squeeze you with the time limit, but I still finished with time to spare.
In the end, my partner messed up one of the labs, but that's ok because we got 1st! It was a very happy conclusion to my season.
Yeah its just disappointing when they don't do advanced topics that are in the rules... I'm used to NYS having rules and then some random stuff on top of it, but I've been disappointed this year with how simple the concepts on the tests were, I'd like to see a more challenging test in the future.