1. I have always had a love for math and science. I also LOVE reading, however, English class-not so much. I'm a person who is never afraid to ask questions. I sometimes tend to be a little too chatty but I have always been capable to advocate for myself. On the other hand, I get frustrated very easily if/when I don't understand something. I have the tendency to take my frustration out on myself which is never the healthiest thing to do. Other than that, I know one thing: when I am very passionate about something, I put my heart and soul into it.
2. I decided to take AP-C Physics because I love the subject. After taking AP Physics my junior year, I loved applying math to real-life scenarios. From all the previous science courses I have taken throughout high school, physics was by far my favorite. Physics solidified my path for the future: becoming an engineer. (Although I'm still unsure what kind of engineering would be my focus).
3. From previous AP-C students and teachers, I know this course will be very challenging but I hope I learn how to maintain a consistent and good work ethic. I hope that I not only further my understanding in physics, but take some great experiences with me for the future.
4.I'm excited that this is my senior year. I am excited that I have schedule that really highlights all my interests. I am excited to be challenged (but hopefully not to the point where there are tears) and I am wicked excited that I will learn an exuberant amount of things this year.
5. I am anxious about all the tests that I will fail. I'm anxious about college applications and thinking about college in general; it's supposed to be some of the best years of your life but I don't want to get older. I am anxious that I might disappoint people and/or screw a lot of things up. I'm an anxious person in general so this list could go on forever but I am optimistic about this school year!