what i learned today

I know I said I wasn’t going to speak of this again but I feel I must share this valuable information with you that you might not be aware of; a public service announcement if you will. 

Apparently when you grow up, become an adult and have been an active participant in the “real world” for a few years, you are also magically transformed into a complete dunce.  This is according to and confirmed by my GRE scores which I received in the mail today. 

You’re welcome.

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  1. If it makes you feel better, even with mine and my wife’s incredibly large intellect (**sarcasm**), we needed to buy her a Chemistry For Dummies book…it hasn’t helped…at all.

  2. Hee. 🙂
    It just seems silly to have to take a test over all this stuff you once learned but never used again. And if you did need it, you could look it up (in a “Dummies” book perhaps!). All this to get back into school where you will probably never use the info until the next standardized test rolls around. Hmmmm, seems like I asked my 6th grade teacher when I’d need this stuff in “real life”…I’m having a flashback. Anywho, I’m studying this time and retaking it in a couple of weeks.

  3. Sorry to hear that…I’m sure you’ll do better the second time around.
    I studied for a long time before I took it, and luckily the school I went to didn’t require exceptionally high scores for admission. It sucks to have to study as an adult; I feel your pain. 😦

  4. Awwww… you WILL do better next time. We’re nervously awaiting (well, I am anyway) the results of my daughter’s first test taken last week, the PSAT. She said she either did really well or really bad.

  5. This is according to and confirmed by my GRE scores which I received in the mail today.

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    The GRE isn’t an IQ test, so don’t worry about it. By practicing on former GRE tests you can significantly improve your score. Think of it as a hard soduku game and you might even enjoy it.

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