How does that impact the REAL question at issue(answer it dosnt) you just want to pretend to have a victory.
Explain how you think it makes ANY impact on the question we had at issue?(can you even remember any more)
It took so long for you to give me a yes or no that I barely remember what the issue was.
I think my point was that when you're testing for relatively advanced knowledge (e.g. calculus), you want to remove very basic skills (e.g. arithmetic) as a variable, since pretty much anyone who's taking calculus will have mastered arithmetic, and any variation in terms in arithmetic is probably coming down to random chance.
Same thing with law school exams: if you're pretty confident that everybody has the ability to memorize the black letter law (which is, frankly, pretty easy to do), then you want to remove memorization as a variable, since pretty much anyone who's at one of the very top schools has the ability to memorize the black letter law.
And your view is the complete opposite: make the calculus test about arithmetic, make the legal analysis about memorization of the law.
Just getting clarification that that is what you believe, is all.