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Wednesday, January 18, 2006

Last pre test post!

It's so sad, it's our last pre test blog. This class went by so fast and when I think about it, we learned so much in such a short time. At first I was really afraid of what's to come in advanced math. But I made new friends and all of them are smarty-pants! I'm intimidated by all of you. And thanks to the people that helped me when I needed it. It's seems more like a reflective blog of the whole semester then a pre test blog.

This unit didn't take very long and I enjoyed it. I actually understood almost everything, just some things I get mixed up with. I get answers wrong when I miss read things and not analyze the question properly or well. I also mess up when I rush things, sometimes I just got to slow it down and look over my work. I should get into the habit of looking over my work.

Everything was great, I liked the work we did in class. Sometimes it seems so easy in class, but once I get started on my homework, I don't understand like 20% of it. Later on when I talk to other people in our class, they help me out and I understand what I did wrong and where. The test is tomorrow, after the test comes our exam. We better review in class! Oh, and my muddiest muddiest point is..... The graphing unit. I need help there! Well, see you all tomorrow, and I hope you all do well on the test.


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