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Another burst of energy…

Another burst of energy…

You know how when you’re running and you want to stop?  You really, really want to stop.  You’re not sure you can go one more step.   You have to dig down deep and find another burst of energy.

That’s what I did last Thursday.  Except I wasn’t running, I was taking two tests back to back.  🙂  And yes, I was tired.  Very tired and very sore.  That Monday I had gotten my wisdom teeth removed  and I was still recovering from that.

Like I said.  Tired, sore, and ready to quit.

But God has given me a really amazing group of friends to pray for me and encourage me.   Knowing they were praying was enough to give me that next burst of energy.

And I passed Introduction to Sociology CLEP with a 55 and Ethics in America DSST with a 433.

Credit Count: 78!!!

Update on Goals for the Week

Update on Goals for the Week

So, I’m studying for four tests at the same time.  Last week I took a practice test for each subject, after letting them to push through and finish Algebra.   Anyway, here are the results.

  • Statistics – took an assessment and scored at 23%.  Wonderful news for someone who doesn’t have a clue about statistics.
  • Sociology – 49%.  Again, thrilled that with no studying that’s my score
  • Ethics in America – 40%.  Not my strong point.  If it was Biblical ethics, that might be different.  This, unfortunately, is not.
  • and Macroeconomics – 47%.  This was disappointing because I had been in the upper 60s a few weeks ago.  But I let my other stuff go slightly while I finished up Algebra, so I need to pick them up again.

I have some interesting blog posts planned, so be sure and come back for more next week!