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So do I. I had to guess at 5 MCQs out of 40 and left a whole long question unsolved.

My deepest condolences to your GPA.

 

*presses F to pay respects*

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I regret dropping out of high school 8 years ago.

 

Stay in school, kids!

I have less than a year left!  It's the home stretch now, boys!

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I regret dropping out of high school 8 years ago.

 

Stay in school, kids!

Your making me... ;__;

 

But honestly, true that. Don't be like me unless you're really sure about your choice.

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I regret over-thinking that one question on that calc quiz I had. 

Gah, it's so frustrating how easy that problem was. 

But a lot of my friends encountered the same problem, so I guess I don't feel that bad.

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I regret over-thinking that one question on that calc quiz I had. 

Gah, it's so frustrating how easy that problem was. 

But a lot of my friends encountered the same problem, so I guess I don't feel that bad.

This is crazy; just took a calc test today.  It wasn't that bad, as long as I convince myself that the very first question was unfair.  It was a massive derivative that took more than the 8.5 in. page width to fit the first step of the problem.  If I recall it was log differentiation with a derivative of a square root inside that with quotient rule inside that with product rule embedded in the quotient rule.  There was more after that, but it was such an organizational mess I stopped working on it right there and moved on.  Not even worth the 6 points.

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This is crazy; just took a calc test today.  It wasn't that bad, as long as I convince myself that the very first question was unfair.  It was a massive derivative that took more than the 8.5 in. page width to fit the first step of the problem.  If I recall it was log differentiation with a derivative of a square root inside that with quotient rule inside that with product rule embedded in the quotient rule.  There was more after that, but it was such an organizational mess I stopped working on it right there and moved on.  Not even worth the 6 points.

Ahhhh, what a coincidence! The problem I had trouble with was also the first question! I went through the trouble of using all the methods the teacher taught us for the chapter (trigonometric by parts, tabular method, etc.) only to find out that it was a simple u substitution problem by the end of the test. It was extremely misleading and I basically lost free points because I wasn't open-minded enough. Only a handful of people figured out how to do it, so I'm glad I wasn't alone.

 

I was never fond of the product rule or the quotient rule since I often make silly algebraic mistakes when it gets messy--especially when the problem also incorporates chain rule, then my paper ends up being a bunch of scribbles and chicken scratch. Gosh, your teacher must have been having a pretty bad day when he/she created that problem. The quiz I had was on trigonometric integration, which can also be a humongous pain in the butt. It took me hours to do only seven problems on the homework and I was pulling my hair out with every. passing. second. The worst part is, this stuff isn't even on the AP test. 

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Ahhhh, what a coincidence! The problem I had trouble with was also the first question! I went through the trouble of using all the methods the teacher taught us for the chapter (trigonometric by parts, tabular method, etc.) only to find out that it was a simple u substitution problem by the end of the test. It was extremely misleading and I basically lost free points because I wasn't open-minded enough. Only a handful of people figured out how to do it, so I'm glad I wasn't alone.

 

I was never fond of the product rule or the quotient rule since I often make silly algebraic mistakes when it gets messy--especially when the problem also incorporates chain rule, then my paper ends up being a bunch of scribbles and chicken scratch. Gosh, your teacher must have been having a pretty bad day when he/she created that problem. The quiz I had was on trigonometric integration, which can also be a humongous pain in the butt. It took me hours to do only seven problems on the homework and I was pulling my hair out with every. passing. second. The worst part is, this stuff isn't even on the AP test. 

You scared me for a second.  I haven't learned any of that stuff yet, and probably never will considering my teacher seems to stick rather closely to what we need to know for the AP exam.

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*squashes tomato*

That's strike two for you. :)

I regret not remembering such an important thing.

Haha, yeah.

 

I regret regretting

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I regret regretting

I regretfully regret regretting my regretfulness since it's more regrettably regrettable than some of my other most regretful regrets.

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I regretfully regret regretting my regretfulness since it's more regrettably regrettable than some of my other most regretful regrets.

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Look at all these foolishly foolish fools foolishly trying copy by foolish means the ways of Franziska von Karma! 

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