There aren't any tests around that I can find. >.> I'm hoping some invitationals can start so we can steal the tests from them, if possible. XD I still don't know the whole layout, though.Do you know if there is a test exchange anywhere? I didn't see Triple E under the Test Exchange link. I usually use the tests to tell me what kind of things to put on my notes.
I thought that was a pretty unique idea, and it could turn out nicely. It does mean that you have to memorize more, which gives you an advantage of knowledge over having a binder with things you don't necessarily know. And distributions... Does this mean different areas where an invasive species has been spread or different habitats of an endangered species?Wow, you New York guys are lucky. While you guys get a whole binder, what do we get? 25 handwritten and hand-drawn notecards. Stupid Texas
I did this event once last year in Texas, and I would say the ID part is easy, especially since your taxa list is much shorter than ours, but you will need to know it. You might as well include information in the binder not explicitly stated in the rules, especially since you get the whole binder. Make sure you include all of the distributions, just a tip And that is all I feel like typing for now, especially since the first competition that might have trials in Texas isn't until January I hope this helps someone at least a little bit...
Thanks so much!!!
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