In 5 hours and 45 minutes I will be in a room with a lot of other kids and a proctor. This proctor will be saying, "Welcome to the AP Physics B exam." and we'll all sit their anxiously. We'll sit through all the instructions that we've heard a million times and fidget as they hand out scantrons and packets.
In about 5 hours and 30 minutes, we will begin the test.
Half of us will slam out head down in pure and utter shame. A portion of us will be smiling, knowing that we're going to do great. The other portion will be biting their lower lip, wishing they had studied more.
It is currently 6:15 in the morning.
It is cold, I am cranky. My body is sore. My head is pounding. I have those anxious/nervous jitters. (You know, the ones that effect your whole body.)
I'll be okay. I'm just so nervous.
My first AP test.
And of all tests, the hardest one at school: AP Physics B.
I'm not the smartest for taking it.
It is cool though. There are only 9 of us. And I'm the only girl. Erica, Jeremy, Kyle, Aaron P., Aaron M., Sven, Sam, David, Casey. Including Herrin, the teacher, there is a total of 10 people in that AP Physics room at a time.
Together we have grown as a group. Together we have progressed into a small tight knit family. Together we've cried, screamed, and jumped for joy over one common thing: physics.
Wish me luck!
Purple Sky Painter
· Mon May 13, 2013 @ 11:16am · 0 Comments