Okay, I'll do the same thing as whythelongface:
Dynamic Planet: I feel like everyone who's seen me in person since I finished this event has already heard about my misery about not realising there was a guessing penalty on the multiple choice (and clearly roadscholar11 had the same problem), so we won't talk about that any more. It was a hard test (like from our percentage score you would never imagine we would have placed where we did), but at least it had a lot of different sections so most teams should have been able to do some part of it. The section on the floor was difficult, but fun, like, that's the type of real interpretation we're supposed to have to do and never do (I feel like most teams didn't even go down and try it though, which is upsetting). Loses points for the anime at the end though. Like seriously why.
Game On: I still don't know how I'm supposed to judge this event - the computers worked? That's always good? Maybe the event supervisors could've discussed their grading slightly quieter when we were in the room, I guess to some teams it might've been annoying when they kept trying to figure out if something did or did not count as a maze? But that wasn't like so distracting we couldn't work or something. I think like Yale, having such a straightforward-seeming topic probably hurt a lot of teams in the subjective categories because probably a lot of them made very similar games.
Remote Sensing: It's funny because on the survey, whythelongface marked his sections harder than I marked mine (I did the climate stuff onwards, which I guess more people struggle with as a rule, so I marked it being harder), but since then, I've said that the test seemed not too difficult and he said it was difficult. But not in any way that made the event inaccurate or something, I've probably taken too many remsen tests and gotten used to a lot of the problem types and I guess I just really want to see another test like the one from Nats last year. Still really sweet of windu providing tips on how to study stuff, it's really such an intimidating event that I feel like that test would otherwise put a lot of people off from trying again.
Thermodynamics: I never did this event before, and the test was definitely too hard for me to guess my way through, so that was all done by my partner - I might've handled, like, a couple of history and multiple choice questions. Impound seemed competent, the water pouring seemed competent, and I'm sure that if I knew more about thermo I'd be able to say that it was a pretty good test - in our other pairing, one of the freshmen was doing the event and apparently a problem required calculus so it sounds pretty difficult.
"She was determined to drop his acquaintance immediately, and she was very thankful that she had never been acquainted with him at all... she hated him so much that she was resolved never to mention his name again, and she should tell everybody she saw, how good-for-nothing he was."