thoughts on the CSET

so i just took a wonderful 5 hour long test called the cset. while i feel that this test is designed for people to be failblog.com (i met a girl after who had failed it 3 times already) .. there were wise things to be learned..or just keep my mind off the numbness that slowly occurred during the test …

1. why the no.2 pencil? what happened to the no.1 pencil? is the no.1 pencil the ultimate fail whale? and does no.3 feel a continual sense of being so close yet so far??

2. i remember someone once saying that KP will give you the skills you need for EVERYTHING in life. there was a whole section on the CSET on theater: blocking, performance, and stage ques – who knew entering stage right and telling nelson the lights need to be changed on center stage would help me write a 5 paragraph essay on what a director could possibly do to engage an audience  .. haha

3.

RACE RELATIONS according to HS girls via BATHROOM STALL

vandalism #1: i dunt trust people cos dey alwaiz leave so don trus people cos dey will go away

vandalism #2: i don’t trust people who have bad grammar. don’t redundancy and syntax mean anything to you people!?!

vandalism #3: you guys are asian huh?

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so i just finished babysitting my beautiful niece Jesse and i’m on vacation with my parents in the east coast…i have no idea what’s next. im praying for direction and peace within the ambiguity.

i must say though..i will miss this little one. ❤

this is one of the most peaceful things i have experienced =) thank you superWHY haha

this is one of the most peaceful things i have experienced =) thank you super why !

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One thought on “thoughts on the CSET

  1. Ninoy Brown says:

    Re: No. 2 pencils.

    These are standard issue for scantron type tests because the graphite is dark enough to be detected by the scanner, but also light enough so that corrections can easily be made with an eraser. No. 1 pencils still leave traces after using an eraser, and No. 3 pencils are too light for the test scanners.

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