No, it just means more words in the passage.
Rephrasing the title: If I get a "long" passage (50+ lines), does that mean I will get more questions about the passage than if it were a short passage?
Basically, is there a correlation between the number of lines in a passage and the number or questions asked about that passage?
i.e. 50 or more lines means atleast 3 questions or less than 50 lines means 2 questions or something like that.
It almost seems unfair if they gave you like a 50+ line passage and only had you answer one question about it. The psychological distress that would come from ETS doing something like that would drive me crazy for the rest of the exam and I probably wouldn't do as well.
Just wondering about this. Thanks guys.
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