posted on Oct, 16 2014 @ 04:49 PM
You have been informed that you will be tested by an anonymous superior. You don't know when, you don't know how, but you know that there is a
specific agenda you must carry out in order to pass. It would be very preferable if you passed, and you want to do so, but your superior also wants
you to be completely honest. You receive training for this agenda. You are now faced with a question:
Is it better to be aware that you will be tested or should you forget that you will be tested and attempt to provide natural responses to the testing?
Awareness of the testing plus the training you received will provide you with the answers you think will best pass the test, but at the same time you
may pollute your answers because that may not be how you would naturally respond. In other words, if this test is based on the truest answers you can
give, would your answers not truly reflect how you feel?
Adversely, if you are no longer aware that you are being tested, and provide answers based on how you think they should be answered plus how past
training affected you, would that not provide the least biased results? If the test is forgotten though, there is a chance you will fail.
Which is the more correct path to take? Or is there perhaps a combination of both?