Tuesday, May 08, 2007

nothing quite like it.

i'm assuming that most of you know, but there are probably a few who have not heard yet,

but i have mono.

so i've been stuck at home for the last 2 weeks or so. and let me say: it is insanely boring.

so today i really looked forward to getting out of the house and taking some lovely ap tests.

morning test: ap spanish. this test was originally meant to go from 8:00-11:30, nothing too difficult. but...once we entered the language lab and tried to record ourselves we ran into a number of fun problems. by the time we got out of the room it was 1:00. keep in mind, i was supposed to take a stats test starting at noon. i'm pretty sure i dominated the spanish exam...it was really easy and the essay/speaking section (which are probably the two toughest parts) were both in easy tenses, so it really involved no thinking at all.

after a very quick lunch, good ol' DJ (mr. doug johnson) decided to stay and give the three kids in both ap spanish and stats the statistics test at washington. (what a gentleman) so...we started at about 1:15 and got out of washington at around 4:50. fun. (we were originally supposed to get done at about 3:00) now, i know what past ap stats kids have said..."it's the easiest AP test!" well, i don't exactly know what it was this year...but stats was insane. the multiple choice was ungodly easy...but the open ended questions were just crazy. when we got finished with our break, the other group (the kids who were testing on time) finished their tests and all talked about how difficult the test was. and then we opened our packets...and i had to agree. i'm not blaming mr. pelkey--i think he prepared us well--but no one was really ready for that stuff.

i don't know if i'm technically "allowed" to talk about this, but i don't care. i have mono. this was the most excitement i've had in weeks.

tomorrow: i'm mowing the lawn!!

i'll see those of you (at BHS) on monday.

mustache out!

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5 Comments:

At 8:24 PM, May 08, 2007, Blogger constant_k said...

We miss you, kubassi.


Melby's been asking about you.

 
At 8:25 PM, May 08, 2007, Blogger constant_k said...

Well, not really.



But you can tell he's feeling your absence.


So to speak.

 
At 9:24 PM, May 08, 2007, Blogger Shelty said...

That last open-ended question was evil. We did that, what? One day in class? I drew random things on the grid my lines were supposed to go on, attempted to answer a few of the letters, and then gave up and went to sleep.

 
At 10:06 PM, May 09, 2007, Blogger gregariousmime said...

For graduation, you should get a new immune system. Get well soon!

 
At 10:49 PM, May 12, 2007, Blogger Kelsi said...

I vote Andrew and Julie Worst Immune Systems!

 

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