Burning Wheel Gold states that only the highest test in an extended conflict counts. For example, if I roll Axe four times in fight, getting two Routines, a Difficult, and a Challenging test, I'd just record the Challenging test (unless I needed just one more test to raise my skill, in which case I could count one of the other ones).
How does this work with Beginner's Luck tests in extended conflicts?
Say I enter Duel of Wits with Will 4 and pretty much no social skills. During the conflict, I roll:
Untrained Persuasion vs. Ob 2 (Ob 1 doubled) — potentially worth a Routine test to learn Persuasion
Untrained Persuasion vs. Ob 8 (Ob 4 doubled) — potentially worth a Difficult Will test
Untrained Seduction vs. Ob 2 (Ob 1 doubled) — potentially worth a Routine test to learn Seduction
Untrained Seduction vs. Ob 2 (Ob 1 doubled) — potentially worth a(nother) Routine test to learn Seduction
At the end of the Duel of Wits, which tests should I actually record?