Does anyone plan on contesting any questions? Just trying to get a feel for if I would be wasting my time. :?:
Yes, but he had probable cause to pull him over when he blew the stop light in the officer's town. Any thing that occurs criminally after that is arrestable.Mikey682 said:. The arrestable offense was the failure to stop, and the question never said if it happened before or after the town line. :?
:shock: Hey! Where do I fit into this? I didn't even reply in here... and somewhere else I said since "no prior knowledge" was the prerequisite for this exam, it was a valid stop "according to the paragraph". I agree that it was not a chapter 90 test.phuzz01 said:Dunnie and Tomahawk,
I think you guys are overthinking things. It isn't a test on MGL...
DO you need to know question numbers to contest? or can you just describe the question....probably not huh b/c then those lazy assholes in HR would have to actually do some workunion1 said:Does anyone plan on contesting any questions? Just trying to get a feel for if I would be wasting my time. :?:
Oh yes, I forgot about that one!sja813 said:I was confused on the foot patrol VS car patrol question it asked why or when would car patrol be good, but the whole Frigging paragraph was on why FOOT PATROL was better, so what the hell was the right answer, I put the answer about the car being parked in a (something) spot (don't remember how they worded it)
I agree and I am going to write up a nasty-gram when I have a moment. I think EVERYONE here should do the same!union1 said:Still no one has answered my question.. does anyone PLAN on contesting any questions? If so what questions? I didnt want to start another debate about what questions meant.
If you really do feel that this test was "unfair" or Poorly reflects what you know, EVERYONE should band together and contest questions.
Haven't you ever seen someone and though, "Is that a guy or a girl?" the rest of the description matched perfectly.OfficerJAS said:#54 I would want to contest. It was the question about 3 Incidents and on the fourth incident they captured the suspect. Which of the 3 incidents can you link the suspect to - well, 2 of the incidents did not match the description at all - the 1st incident was a perfect match except that it was described as a female. Was that a trick question you think? It was a perfect match - height, hair, weight - but it was a female. You think he had a wig on? Am I going nuts on that question? I sat there for 10 minuted looking at that question at the end :?:
Unionunion1 said:Does anyone plan on contesting any questions? Just trying to get a feel for if I would be wasting my time. :?: