I remember that from the old forum. This was my surprise event this year no one expected me to do that well let alone win.This is my best event and absolute favorite event ever!!! The RFS test in my state however is very difficult.
Good Job only missing four questions after not being able to study what was on the test, you're pretty knowledgable in astronomy. What was on your sheet of paper for the event this year?You have a good memory. Congrats on your surprise victory!!
My test was also full of opinionated questions. A few of them started with "What do you think..." Another question that threw me off guard was What was Henrietta Leavitt famous for observing? When i read that question i had one of those ' wow i know the answer but it's not coming to me' moments. While i was in my next event which was Crave the Wave i remembered what the answer was. I hate it when that happens. I was just completely unprepared for that test. I studied what was mentioned in the rules - constellations, stars, stellar evolution that stuff and then once i took it i noticed that it was nothing like that and had to take it all based on stuff that i watched on the discovery channel and science channel. We ended up only getting 4 questions wrong and getting 3rd place
Good Idea I like it I'm just not so sure about it still being constellations it might change.I'm going to completely redo mine for next year. Since i now know every constellation and it's main star i'm going to take that part out and i'm going to take the back out since i now know all of those DSOs. I"m going to replace those with random space info that could end up being on the test such as variable stars, red/blue shifts, quasars, famous people and what they discovered, and other stuff
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