For this week’s lab, we had to figure out where to send one of our candidates (a dog) to take a final test. I’ve had my dog for over 15 years and I’ve never had to do this before. The test was a simple question and the person would either fail or pass on a yes or no answer.
The problem comes when the person is given an option to answer.
In this case, I had to make sure that the person would answer the question correctly. Because they are an animal, they have a limited range of knowledge. This means that I was going to need to give them enough information to make a decision about the answer. In this instance, the problem came in the form of the answer being a yes. When I asked the candidate to choose, I would need to say that the answer was the correct answer.
The problem here is that the answer is not a yes. This means that the candidate must either know that the answer is a yes or they know that it is not a yes. Since they did not answer correctly, they are not in any way qualified to participate in this process. One way to mitigate this problem is to give them less information. In this case, I told them that they must take a random route to the lab, and that they are going to have to fight a few monsters.
It would be much better if we had a system in which we gave them a number of questions we expect them to solve in order to determine the correct answer. The problem here is that we don’t have any reason to expect them to solve the correct question. If they don’t solve the first question correctly, the system will send them back to the random route.
I thought this was an interesting idea, but I think there are a few other problems with this too.
The first problem is that by giving candidates the chance to solve each of the questions once, we might have them solving a little too many of them in the process. The second problem is that if we are going to give candidates the chance to solve the first question when they are first starting out, we should have a system in which they are always provided with the first question, and they do not have to have solved a question in order to be eligible to solve the second.
I think the second problem would be solved by having the candidate’s first question be an exam. However, this introduces a few flaws. Firstly, I’d have to make the candidate’s first question to be an exam, where the questions are to be answered on a computer. This means that the candidate must sit in front of a computer and have the first question ready to be answered.
However, this also means that the candidate must have the first question ready to be answered before the second question is given. This is actually a rather difficult thing to do, because in order to make a candidate answer the first question, they have to be prepared to answer the second. This is a major flaw because the second question is often the most difficult question, and a candidate who has no idea what the answer is to the second question can’t do well in the exam.
Candidate lab tests are really the worst method of getting answers, as they are only helpful for candidates who are too lazy or too dumb to answer. The most important thing to consider is whether those candidates are just looking for an answer to the first question. If you are a candidate who already has a good answer to the first question, then it would be a lot of work.