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Re: Crimebusters?

Postby genes_girl » Fri Jul 10, 2009 5:18 am

soccer_5456 wrote:wait. forensics in C..does it have resource pages? :?


It did in my final year (2 years ago) and last year as well so I would assume so unless they are changing the rules.
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Re: Crimebusters?

Postby soccer_5456 » Fri Jul 10, 2009 3:27 pm

gah. :(
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Re: Crimebusters?

Postby dudeincolorado » Fri Jul 10, 2009 5:33 pm

soccer_5456 wrote:gah. :(


At least forensics is much broader than crimebusters...
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Re: Crimebusters?

Postby soccer_5456 » Fri Jul 10, 2009 6:29 pm

haha yeah. That should be fun. Dudeincolorado, are you in Div C, or going to Div C? (My real question lol is have you competed in Forensics in the 2009 season? Is a resource page helpful for Forensics?)
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Postby dudeincolorado » Fri Jul 10, 2009 7:19 pm

This will be my second year in C, and yes I have competed, the resource page was helpful, I if it was lost or stolen or something, I would be able to work without it. So in short yes, but I didn't need it.
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Re: Crimebusters?

Postby genes_girl » Fri Jul 10, 2009 9:19 pm

dudeincolorado wrote:This will be my second year in C, and yes I have competed, the resource page was helpful, I if it was lost or stolen or something, I would be able to work without it. So in short yes, but I didn't need it.


When I used it to compete this was the same situation for me. With the exception of maybe the polymers. It was helpful but if something happened to it I/ we could work more or less just as well without it.
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Re: Crimebusters?

Postby karatekid44 » Mon Jul 13, 2009 1:24 am

The only things that are great about a cheat sheet

1) helps you remember something you forgot
2)And somebody misplaces it
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Re: Crimebusters?

Postby SOninja » Mon Jul 13, 2009 6:48 am

since i have ocd and we have to handwrite the resource sheet, i tend to spend hours making mine.
for me, it's like a review and it helps me organize my thoughts and tasks one final time before competition.
It also makes me feel more confident because if i suddenly blank out right before the test, i still have the sheet.

I never use the resource sheet in the actual test.
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Re: Crimebusters?

Postby Phenylethylamine » Mon Jul 13, 2009 8:13 pm

x_SOninja_x wrote:since i have ocd and we have to handwrite the resource sheet, i tend to spend hours making mine.
for me, it's like a review and it helps me organize my thoughts and tasks one final time before competition.
It also makes me feel more confident because if i suddenly blank out right before the test, i still have the sheet.

I never use the resource sheet in the actual test.

Same here. I never used my Crime notes sheet, but I wouldn't have remembered half that stuff if I hadn't made my sheet so painstakingly. [For Envi Chem it was different- I made a beautiful notes sheet and I relied totally on it lol.]
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Re: Crimebusters?

Postby soccer_5456 » Tue Jul 14, 2009 2:54 am

for regionals lol i just put the plastics densities and that was about it..
so i had almost 2 pages blank
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Re: Crimebusters?

Postby karatekid44 » Tue Jul 14, 2009 11:34 am

yeah I crammed it full of stuff I even put blood splatters, but i only ever used when i forgot something which was rarely
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Re: Crimebusters?

Postby SOroxmysox » Fri Jul 31, 2009 6:03 am

I did SCB for my first time in the 2008 season and got 3rd place... then I did it this year and didn't do so well because the test was completely different. What do you think the test is going to be like this year, and should what should I prepare for? :?: :?: :?:

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Re: Crimebusters?

Postby SOroxmysox » Fri Jul 31, 2009 6:07 am

Phenylethylamine wrote:
x_SOninja_x wrote:since i have ocd and we have to handwrite the resource sheet, i tend to spend hours making mine.
for me, it's like a review and it helps me organize my thoughts and tasks one final time before competition.
It also makes me feel more confident because if i suddenly blank out right before the test, i still have the sheet.

I never use the resource sheet in the actual test.

Same here. I never used my Crime notes sheet, but I wouldn't have remembered half that stuff if I hadn't made my sheet so painstakingly. [For Envi Chem it was different- I made a beautiful notes sheet and I relied totally on it lol.]


Haha... Me tooo! Last year I spent so much time just drawing the lines with a ruler! It turned out that it wuld just sit there until the officials picked it up.. haha :lol:

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Re: Crimebusters?

Postby chill » Fri Jul 31, 2009 3:16 pm

I have never done this event before and am thinking about doing it so can someone tell me what this event is basically about so i know what to start studying because right now, I have no idea what to study.

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Re: Crimebusters?

Postby soccer_5456 » Fri Jul 31, 2009 8:56 pm

Um...mostly about identifying unknowns from a crimescene..
Er, they will give you a crime scene, will unknown powders, fibers, plastics, etc. You get Iodine, HCL, water...and a kit that you bring to help you identify them. Then, usually you have to write an essay/analysis thingy at the end.
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