I think that is because severe storms overlaps quite a bit with everyday weather. My partner and I have been getting consistent top 3 at invites (new Albany, wright state, kenston, and solon) using our knowledge of everyday weather almost exclusively. We have barely made changes to our cheat sheet this year, and with the exclusion of derechos and past events we have not really studied much. severe storms used to be my favorite topic, as it was my first year doing meteorology, but I miss everyday weather quite a bit. The graphs/math involved was my favorite part.What frustrates me the most is when tests have questions that aren't the right topic. Most of the meteorology tests I took this year had everyday weather questions.What makes a good test good? If you were writing your states test, what would you put on it? What frustrates you the most with event tests? What was the best test you took this year and why? Let me hear you weather bugs!