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Dying

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madyrice419

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I was scrolling through Instagram and found this hilarious meme of someone's Tinder profile. It reminded me of earlier this week when Mr. Fullerton said that if a girl had the quadratic formula tattooed on her forehead, she wouldn't get a date. I guess nerds don't need love. Anyways, I entitled this blog "Dying" because, first of all, that meme made me die of laughter and, second of all, the first AP Physics C test killed me. With reflection I realized that this year is going to be a lot harder than I even first anticipated. I am not the smartest student on Earth, but I have an ambition and unwavering optimism in everything I do. Seeing that I "failed" a test really killed my spirits, and I am hoping that this class will not be the death of me. But deep down I know I can do it. AND YOU CAN TOO. We've just got to keep up with the work and keep trying. I learned that if I get slapped in the face by physics problems, I need to slap them back twice as hard. 

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You can do it!  And as I recall, you didn't "fail" the test so much as receive a score you're not overly thrilled with.  Which happens to EVERYONE in here.  Keep doing what you're supposed to and it'll all work out.  :kfu:

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If you feel like you're on the low, take your time and don't go out of your mind. Your life is yours and the future isn't something that comes to you but you must seize it for yourself.

Edit: spelling and grammar errors

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