so i took my exit level state exam today and they have reading selections or whatever so i was reading the first selection and this girl went our to her swimming pool and a duck laid an egg so she took the egg and went inside and aTE IT SHE ATE THE FUCKING EGG WHAT THE FUCK AND THEN SHE WAS LIKE “IM HONORING THIS DUCK FETUS BY EATING IT”
IS ANYONE ELSE REALLY FUCKING CONFUSED
“do u think the narrator made the right choice”
no bitch I don’t think the narrator made the right choice eating a DAMN DUCK EGG. “Lemme show u some my shit duck u don’t come in my look n mess with my poodles I’m gonna eat ur kid”
“do u think the narrator was brave”
sHE was face to face with a BEAR dumb bitch wtf do u think was the narrator brave I would’ve shat my pants ok
I absolutely despise tests. I under stand then and what they are for, do not get me wrong, however, they stink the big one. Why? I’m a horrible tester :3 I guess it is nice for people who are able to demonstrate their limited knowledge on paper over this certain tests. However, for people like me that freak out when we hear the word “test” and when it comes to studying and studying for tests, no matter how hard, the outcome never shows our true potential and efforts, it stinks.
I never used to have testing anxiety before; I don’t think it was until I entered high school that it hit me due to all the pressure that was placed on my shoulders. Elementary school, I was a straight A student, and although I had a few B’s here and there in middle school, I managed to make it on the A Honor Roll every semester. My freshman year of high school, I was good; more than good actually. I could recite to you everything I had heard from the teacher and it was very rare that I couldn’t remember certain things, however, I was horrible at hands on activities and that is what would scare me the most. Sophomore year, I was better than freshman and I was able to pass any exam with about a good hour of studying peacefully. Junior year, it hit me.
I was exposed to many different thing when I was a junior in high school, and to be quite honest, while it has helped me grow in many has as a person and learn real life application skills, it has made me be less of a student. I still take notes, and go through the whole shazam that I did when I was a freshman in high school, but the fact that there were many other doors opening and I thought about other things that feed off of a topic we were talking about, it caused me to be less and less in a “student” state of mind. I was there presently and everything, it just was that that kind of student. Like for the old TAKS testing, as an example. For the longest time, they drilled into our heads what was on the TAKS test, and got us to think in that certain mindset specifically for that test. I started to deviate away from that mindset, and there went my test grades.
Granted, I’m still a pretty good student with a decent GPA, tests still frighten the crap out of me for that reason and the fact that I think I have to go back into TAKS mode. Hopefully I can conquer the oncoming ones, but until then, my lovely testing anxiety will get the best of me.
With that depressing note, everyone have a good day :3