The reminder about sharing a few posts down is scary , but I don't think this is out of bounds so here goes.

Is there any way to consider experimental sections' probability of being scored other than random chance?

If I know I did well on 2 out of 3 logical reasoning sections or 1 out of 2 analytical reasoning or 1 out of 2 reading comprehension but bombed on the remaining section, am I just looking at pure 33%, 50%, and 50% chance that the one section I didn't do well on ends up being the one counted? I'm guessing that it is just pure chance. Is there any other logic to where the experimental section gets placed?

Is there any way to consider experimental sections' probability of being scored other than random chance?

If I know I did well on 2 out of 3 logical reasoning sections or 1 out of 2 analytical reasoning or 1 out of 2 reading comprehension but bombed on the remaining section, am I just looking at pure 33%, 50%, and 50% chance that the one section I didn't do well on ends up being the one counted? I'm guessing that it is just pure chance. Is there any other logic to where the experimental section gets placed?