# I'm really confused about what is the experimental?!

<p>is "equating" the one with the question that said to disprove the three digit number statement? the answer was 3^5=243, and it was the last question of section four in the test i took... please please please...</p>

<p>i couldnt remember the order of the test i took.</p>

<p>does no one know?</p>

<p>It will be posted on the Collegeboard website in just a few days.</p>

<p>no its already posted, i just dont remember the order of my SAT lol.</p>

<p>Where is it posted?</p>

<p>Now that it is known which section was experimental, can someone tell me which passages were in that section?</p>

<p>pokey- I never had anything like your question, so the chances are good that it is the experimental.</p>

<p>The experimental section was a verbal section for all testers in November. Does anyone remember which section was the experimental according to the below link? My daughter doesn't remember which questions were in her experimental and was trying to figure out which passages were in that one.</p>

<p>what was the equating thing for</p>

<p>This is the practice or experimental section of the SAT I. Each SAT I has 3 verbal and 3 math sections. There is a 7th section that does not count in your score- the equating section. For the November test, in the second section order listed above (math, verbal, math, equating, verbal, verbal, math), the equating section was a verbal section.</p>

<p>yeah, i cant remember if that was the one i took though.. i have a horrible chronological sense.. (does that make sense?) so i hope that was experimental</p>

<p>do they have those on all of them?</p>

<p>and what for?</p>

<p>pokey thats not necassarily true i had that order and i had an extra math one there are more than just 3 equating sections just they'replaced in 3 diferent test orders</p>

<p>Bigredog- You are right; the equating section could be either math or verbal. I was just assuming since my daughter's was verbal that everyone's was verbal if their test was in the same order. I now realize that the equating can be different for any of the 3 test orders. Sorry for the confussion.</p>