So, I got 15 minutes to answer 50 questions. 35 minutes less compared the rest of the students who were present. In spite of such less time at hand, I answered 39 questions and got 37 correct. The teacher, Michael Cuellar, said the following when he reached my desk while passing out the test:
Pretty impressive! Based on that you had only 15 minutes.I just looked at him, without a smile. While going over the test, I looked at the 11 SQL queries that I did not get a chance to answer. Only if I had 5-7 more minutes, I could have answerd all those and end up with a 90+ score after possibly missing 2 or 3 questions out of those 11 left. After the class, I shared this with Cuellar. To which his response was:
I'm sure of that. I could see that you knew everything. Only if you had a little more time...I ended up with a 74 on this particular test. My grade was probably above average. The 2 students sitting on my either side made a 58 and a 72 [they had the entire 50 minutes].
When your test came out [of the scantron machine that grades multiple choice tests], I was like "whow! and she did not even answer all the questions."
memories: erin (not lucy) reclining [view]
melodies: truly madly deeply [read] [listen]
fragrance: tu aaya... [unravel]
"the rumba is the vertical expression of a horizontal wish. you have to hold her, like the skin on her thigh is your reason for living. let her go, like your heart's being ripped from your chest. throw her back, like you're going to have your way with her right here on the dance floor. nd then finish, like she's ruined you for life."--shall we dance? [the movie]what's next: tba [march ahead]
past text: ye hai STYLE... ye hai style! [turn around]