*we put the "mmm" in communism


This is the personal blog of Tim. Here, Tim writes on anything he has enough inspiration to finish a post on. That usually ends up being matters of science, pop culture, technology, religion, and philosophy.

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I'm going to make a pseudo-prediction of my SAT scores, based on how well I think I did. I'm really hoping I did as well as I think I did, because that test was long. Really, really long.

Reading: 725-760
Writing: 735-775
Math: 625-650
Essay: 9

I only omitted three or four questions, all of those being math. I managed to fully finish each section, so I didn't have to omit any on account of not having enough time. The essay wasn't as hard as I expected it to be, but it came out a lot more disorganized than I wanted it to be - I had the right ideas, but it lacked drive/purpose. We'll see how much they care in the two minutes they grade the thing. Scores come out June 26, so I've got a while to wait. I sent scores to CMU, RPI, and IC. Honestly, I don't know if I want to go to any of those - CMU is probably out of my grade range, RPI might be cool, and IC has the benefit of being free (parental employee benefits ftw), but I don't want to stay in Ithaca. Basically I just sent them out because it's something you're supposed to do, I guess.

I added some new pictures that I took on Saturday, some of which I like, but they're generally the same as the others. I handed in this set of pictures for my travel project, along with a reflection on the pictures and the general focus of them. I felt okay about it, although she didn't seem super happy about having to download each one of them at a time (apparantly she'd not seen a .rar before, which I should have accounted for). Oh well.

Other stuff - I finished Kare Kano and Fruits Basket, and started on Fushugi Yuugi. Both Kare Kano and Fruits Basket were good, and Fushugi Yuugi seems alright. Ranma's still downloading, along with season 5 of 24, which will be followed by the episodes of Lost that I haven't seen (about half of season 2).

And now, a shower.
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