From what I've noticed it's pretty much the same, at least in PA. The tests are a little harder but the content is pretty similar. Of course C div doesn't always have the same vocab matching section on every test.Hello!
I'd just like to know everyone's opinions on the transition from B to C for disease detectives. I Know that statistics will now be included, but is there anything else significant about C?
I mostly learned this event by taking tests and researching the questions that kept appearing. I told all of my teammates to first read the wiki, and then take some of the Conestoga/Battle of Valley Forge tests because they're pretty easy. As you get more comfortable, you can try harder tests like MIT's 2015 test(aka half of the 2016 PA states test). Apparently the 2016 test was a little bit easier so you may want to do that one first.New to this event; just took the tryouts test and did badly. What should I be doing to prepare? Most of the questions I have no idea how to even start.
What type of questions are the ones you have no idea how to even start?New to this event; just took the tryouts test and did badly. What should I be doing to prepare? Most of the questions I have no idea how to even start.
Based on my experience of a single test (which we failed badly) it'll probably involve a shift in the diseases and case studies we'll see, without much change in concepts.Does anyone know how the change in subject to Food-borne Illnesses will change what we have to study as opposed to last year? Thanks.
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