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Dry erase markers/white boards

Discussion in 'DAT Discussions' started by MiztiKatz, May 10, 2007.

  1. MiztiKatz

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    For those of you who have taken the exam....

    how big were those markers? in addition.... the white boards, are they laminated sheets of paper like transparencies... the ones we used on over heads way back in the day.... with white paper between, or are they actual white boards... kinda like what we put up on our dorm's doors?
     
  2. delsol7

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    They give you laminated yellow sheets and 2 or 3 pens. [] about that thick or bit thicker when you write.
     
  3. thebluebmw

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    Did the dry erase marker/board combination effect your performance at all?
     
  4. delsol7

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    Big time. It was so hard to organize myself with thick pen that normally no one would ever use for any test purpose. It'd be better for you to practice solving math problem with dry marker at home.
    RC part also affected. Very hard to write a lot of necessary stuff on the board.
     

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