OH MY GOSH I;M LAUGHING SO HARD RIGHT NOW
So in Science, we had a quiz on our mobile devices. I used an Apple product, which, if you have one, you know annoyingly autocorrects everything that it suspects is suspicious EVEN IF IT’S A REAL WORD!!! We have a love/hate relationship because if I turned it off, I would have typos everywhere.
Anyway, so I was typing in my answer when I couldn’t remember all the characteristics of Chordata. So I punched in the ones I did know, but then added something like “Cincinnati table Orlando” in the middle of a sentence. I needed more than what I had, and I fully planned on blaming autocorrect if it came to it.
So I submitted the quiz and shrugged it off.
But I just checked my online grades and I got 15/15. I’m still cackling really loudly.
But my troubles still aren’t over…the quarter ends on Wednesday and I still have a test, a project, and an exam. I’m mostly concerned about my project because I meet the criteria for AP Human Geography next year unless I totally bomb it…which I will, because my teacher claims that making a presentation won’t cut it and some sort of demonstration should be involved. I don’t do anything that requires my stage fright and fear of audiences to go beyond presentations.
High school classes are really tough to map out, especially since I have to choose a Fine Arts class and a Physical Education. Me + physical exertion = nO!!!!
I have the grades for all Honors classes, which really sucks because if I didn’t then my parents wouldn’t force me to go through with all of them. I don’t want a large workload because I am a massive procrastinator as well as a miserably bad academic thinker.
For the Fine Arts class, I guess I could just go with Visual Arts, but I’m really not an artist and I don’t want to have to grace this earth with miserly attempts at art assignments. Piano sounds nice, because I could learn another instrument, but my parents won’t be on board with that because it will interfere with violin.
In all, I am not looking forward to April (the state bee that I haven’t studied for!), June (two plane rides across the Pacific and a month of struggling with awkwardness and Mandarin), or August (back to school — blegh).
Got anything planned for the next school year or summer?