Had maths and physics today. And boy what a day it was. Who the hell puts MATHS and PHYSICS on the same damn day? We’ll confuse the formulas and stuff, people!
Anyhow, maths went well enough. Most of the questions were pretty easy, only a few I had problems with. And one formula wouldn’t plot right in my graphical calculator, so I was all like “what on EARTH am I doing wrong?”. I then checked the settings, and turned out it was on radials, not degrees like it was supposed to be.
Physics? Meh. With the first and most of the second question I completely stressed out. I was already rather nervous, seeing as how it’d be damn nice if I get a nice grade on this one, and then the first two questions seemed extremely hard. So, like I said, I became even more stressed.
I skipped over them and went to the third question. Pretty easy stuff, I think I aced that one. So I was all like “i-it’s okay… I c-can do this…”. Fourth question, pretty okay, too. Bit hard at places, but it was do-able. Fifth, final question. Let’s just not talk about that one, shall we?
I went back to the first two questions, broke my head over them, and mostly fixed the second one. All that was left was the first one. Tried some stuff out, fiddles around a bit, and just put something which I thought may be right.
In the final minute of the test, however, I looked at it again, and thought; “Oh… So THAT’S how you do it…” I knew I was terribly low on time, though, so I opened the BINAS (“Biologie, Natuurkunde, Scheikunde (Dutch for Biology, Physics, Chemistry)) and began quickly looking through it like a mad man. I found what I needed, and jotted it down extremely fast, with extreme accuracy. Epic background music had started playing, and I was calculating the final answer. I jotted that down too, and BUZZZ, end of class. I made it JUST. IN. TIME.
Glad to have written that down, can get it off my mind now.
Sorry to have bothered you guys with a rather detailed summary of how I finished my Physics test, but I felt like I had to.
Now just to wait for the notes on these… They’d better be good.
Tomorrow? German; formal letter writing. Need to do it right, got a bad average to crank up.
‘Till next time,