I skimmed the numbers, and - lo and behold - I'm pleased. Mostly 92's and 96's, but gulp! there's an 89 too. Not good. But at first glance, the majority left me in the 90th percentile, so I was satisfied.
But then I looked at which catagories I got the percentiles in, and I freaked out. I got a 98 in math. In math. Please remember, I have not yet sucessfully passed Algebra 2. But I got a 98. Did they confuse my test with someone else? I looked at the details. I aced the problems that had to do with Statistics, Problem-Solving Strategies, Algebra, Trigonometry, Discrete Mathematics, Conceptual Underpinnings of Calculus, and Functions. (What the hell is a function, anyway?) I only missed one on Probability and Geomoetry from a Synthetic Perspective. (What's synthetic from the Geometry perspective?) But on the Geometry from an Algebraic Perspective, I only got one right. Eep. What a moron I must be, eh?
My subtest totals were:
Total Reading: 96 (Vocabulary - 96, Reading Comp. - 92)
Language: 92 (Lang. Mechanics - 90, Lang. Expression - 92)
Science: 89 I am such a moron...
Social Science - 98.
Well, anyway, I'm sure this is very boring for you. But it's been gnawing at the back of my head since I took the tests, so it was a bit of a relief to see that my scores were decent, and that I'm not a total goober with two working cells randomly smacking against each other. Because I sure feel like I am in Physics. I promise that next time I leave an entry it won't be about something as dull as standardized tests. Ferreal.