So, I study for a couple hours of a test we were having today. I get into class. I see the test. Looks easy. About ten questions in, one of my classmates noticed that the teacher put the answers in the test, inbetween the multiple choice and the essay portion. I did not notice. Before he took the tests back, I started to skim the answers to see how many I got right. I only missed one. Let's just say I was ticked at this point, because I haven't even gotten a B on a single test or quiz all year, let alone an A. He left us to work on the essay about womens' rights and how they changed since 1790 to the Civil War. With about ten minutes left in class, he decided, "I think I'll give them last year's test." This test included seven chapters, rather then the four we've been working on. Last year they took a test on seven chapters, this year, we split them up into three chapters then four. At the end of the class, as you expect, nobody finished the test. He says, "You'll get to work on it tomorrow." We also have a DBQ tomorrow. We have to take a seven-chapter test and a DBQ in under a hour. Comments?
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