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Relevant/Irrelevant test
Dec 29th, 2003 at 2:52am
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On a R/IR test, wouln't it be a good idea to use CM's on all the questions except the questions that you feel you might have trouble with? Wouldn't this cause a straight pattern when it comes down to charting the results? If this wouldn't work, what would work against this type of test?
  
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Re: Relevant/Irrelevant test
Reply #1 - Dec 29th, 2003 at 3:45am
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On a R/IR test, wouln't it be a good idea to use CM's on all the questions except the questions that you feel you might have trouble with? Wouldn't this cause a straight pattern when it comes down to charting the results? If this wouldn't work, what would work against this type of test?


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One possibility would be to maintain a constant, high state of agitation through the whole test.

But frankly, the important thing to remember is that the R/IR test is fundamentally flawed, and that fact is known.  It's used mainly as an excuse to interrogate.  IMHO, your best bet is to maintain innocence.  As always, though, the choice is yours as to what tactic you wish to use.

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