The Art of Excellence

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Well, today brought two more exams: Biology and Law. I studied for each for twenty minutes – that’s all I really had time for last night before going to bed and then tossing and turning for a couple hours.

I studied a bit longer (but not much) this morning for Biology and at lunch for Law. Surprisingly, though, both exams were quite easy. These were the two I was most worried about, and they turned out to be the two easiest so far. I mean, I think the two easiest are yet to come – Accounting and Calculus – but these were the easiest so far.

For Biology, there was a lot of true/false, fill in the blank, and matching, and only 10 short answer questions and 2 essay questions. Then there were 3 diagrams to do, 2 of which were already drawn and just needed to be labeled, the other of which needed to be drawn and labeled. I was done that exam about 15 minutes early.

Law was a bit more difficult, but not by much. It was exactly as I expected it to be, since Mr. Osborn is a creative but predictable teacher. It was much the same as the Biology exam, or I suppose I should say the Biology exam was much the same as the Law exam since I think Mrs. Houtman learned test-writing from Mr. Osborn. I don’t know. Anyway, there was a lot of matching and then some charts to fill in, and I think I did well on it.

Tonight’s my fifth day in a row of work, and then I get six days off. After that, I just have three shifts and then I’m out of Quizno’s forever. On the one hand, I’m glad to be free from all that extra stress that work brought, but on the other hand, I loved working there because of all the awesome people. I consider them all my friends, and I wish I didn’t have to leave. Ugh, such mixed feelings…

Anyways, today I missed my transfer bus at the mall, so I just walked home. I didn’t mind one bit. It gave me a chance to listen to Blindside and think a little bit. Plus, it wasn’t that cold; I could have been out there in shorts and a t-shirt today. It was great weather. I hope spring comes soon.

That’s about all I have to say. This is a pretty boring post, but oh well, I really don’t care. I’m looking forward to being free, plus exams are almost over. I’m not even going to worry about studying for Accounting or Math. I just have to review the ratios for Accounting and a couple formulas for Math and then I’ve got them both in the bag. Phew!

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