Slash wrote:Allen1 wrote:Nr wrote:Slash wrote:Allen1 wrote:these topics are so terrible lmao
No offence, but gonna +1 to this.
Wish we had a a little say in the topic tbh.
Hey now, there was nothing wrong with round 1.
I do admit, in hindsight, the second topic missed the mark... mostly because it was come up with minutes before I wanted to log out. Guess writing something good out of a terrible topic is part of the challenge this time.
If you want to have input in the topics, no one's stopping you. If your ideas for how it should be shaped are good, they'll be implemented. I'm not taking direct topic ideas from participants though as it can give an unfair advantage.
In a distant parallel universe, Slash scored well on the SAT, got into a prestigious university, and made a seamless transition to endless job security and prosperity.
It's funny cause 94% percentile
You were in the 94th percentile for mathematics (reading and writing excluded) which is expected since the introductory math is taught so poorly here in the states. The 'percentile' is a representation of how you did relative to people in the United States. You're smart, so I hold you to a higher standard - not to a mediocre one set by College Board.
That said, when my brother took the SAT in 9th grade, he scored in the 99th in Math. I did too. So did Daft Punk, Tom, Cannons. It's honestly not that hard.