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I'm doing the science test, nothing unusual. Some of the questions are hard, but most I get.
Then come the physics questions...
I've never had physics. I'm in 9th grade, and physics is 11th or 12th. I get a question that asks how fast a brick is going to travel down a slope. I have no idea what it's saying. It is using some form of trigonometry I've never heard of. So: I guess.
The next question is about the same problem.
I panic, I guess on that one too. The next, next and next ones are all the same problem. I hit C for every one and pray.
The next question appears.
It's still the brick question, but my eyes drift over to the left. "Solve for θ. Explain how you got your answer in the box below".
This is it, there's no way I can guess my way out of this one. Written answers are weighted triple, I gotta make this count.
It took me like 10 minutes to find the keys for that, but it was worth it.