It's a game I never play - I'm not a gambler by nature, although I love to spot patterns in maths when doing it.
We're all different and trying to second-guess the people/person who sets the paper can help to calm nerves - make you feel more "prepared". I admire you guys who can do it, I truly do. I always work along the lines of, well what if they're expecting
the candidates and their DP's to be trying to predict/spot a pattern - and decide to be totally random, to throw you off the trail?
Arggghhhhh - I can tie myself in knots at the best of times when it comes to exams, so for me, I don't do it as it makes me more frantic and less focused.
You never know, CSSE might have a new broom - and the questions might be a clean sweep, with things that have never been done