It's totally up to you how you take a test. Usually if a test is really long you would split the test. Vice versa if the test is short.For RFS, if there are 2 members in a team, do they take both tests (part 1 & 2) together?
The distinctions in the rules about ID and interpretive tasks are (in my experience) mostly just for proctors to understand the event. Both partners can take the test together (or split it up as Jaol said), and in most cases Part 1 & 2 will be in the same test.For RFS, if there are 2 members in a team, do they take both tests (part 1 & 2) together?
Look here for starters. Once you've gotten the basics. Go to the scioly Test Exchange and take a test or two. This event has many parts to it, so there's tons of stuff you can learn. You do have a copy of the rules, right? Before all of that, look at the rules, read every part and find out what you need to know. After that it's on you.Hello, I am a participant of this years' Reach For the Stars competition.
I was wondering if anyone has any tips on what to study, any good links or things like that to aid my in my pursuit of 1st place at the regional competition.
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