im curious now of why he made those noises.. Hopefully he was not deliberately trying to make other test takers distracted because that's just plain wrong.
Anyway what did you get for the first question with the i's and everything.
The false statements?
The probability one?
The one where someone is 2 miles faster than the other?
And i forgot what else...
the false statements one was "Three of the statements were false"
I don't remember any of the other problems? :/
Damn, if it's really 1/3 of a point off for each wrong answer, I just screwed myself by a whole question.
SmArTaSs: for the science section, for the questions i wasn't 100% sure of, I guessed too! :]
CC'ers did pretty well last year, so I hope you all do well!
did any of you test in havemeyer? thats where i tested :P
its based on how many kids graduate the program. last year, there were 350 open spots (so it says on the acceptance letter), and about 2000 applied. It changes per year though, since poeple stay through all their years of high school.
meh I put 2 for the speed one...which i now realize must be wrong. i didn't even answer the n<50 one or whatever that was.
btw base 10 just means normal base.the system we use..as in, binary system would be base 2.
i didnt answer the x men question. and i got the question that i actually KNEW the answer too wrong, the one with the triangle.after the science section, my brain experienced complete..er...combustion.. >.< seriously!!!
also, did anyone else who was in Havemeyer think the seats were arranged really badly?? i mean, seriously, i was being really paranoid about ppl trying to cheat off my answers. haha.
haha i tested in havemeyer last year. it was really cramped and i was all hunched over my work and papers were flying...haha good memories....
yeah...after the first 2 sections the last thing i wanted to do was do a challenge section...but you know, those 2.5 hr CSHP classes require some BRAIN ENDURANCE (jk, they're actually really interesting and a lot of fun) :]
OOOH that one you need to use law of sines. Sin(45))/8 = (sin(30))/x then you solve it. But unless you did precal you won know what the special angles equal to. Sin(30) =1/2 and Sin(45) =1/squareroot of 2. i think i got it wrong idk >.<