- The tests. I have an AP English test on Monday (tomorrow), an AP European History test on Tuesday, and most likely a Chemistry test at some point. The history test is a big deal because it is most likely the only test we will have in the class this grading period. And tests are worth sixty percent or something ridiculous like that.
- The Science Fair paperwork. It is all due on Wednesday, and that means about five forms and a preliminary research plan. It is a huge hassle. And I am not looking forward to it at all.
- The AP Biology lab due on Tuesday. It is our first AP/IB lab write-up, and it is kind of nerve-wracking. However, like the good student I am, I am going to show Ms. B my lab tomorrow, a day in advance. Hopefully, it will be worth all the extra effort.
- The procrastination. I have been doing it like crazy. Wonder why I wrote two posts today? Because I am trying to avoid doing real work, semi-subconsciously. Also note that my other post was about procrastination. See how pervasive it is?
- The AP Human Geography project. Mr. Sutton, after four straight weeks of minimal work, decided to dump a project on us. So now, due Friday, is a poster and three-page, double-spaced essay comparing the United States and the country you picked out of the cup (mine is Kenya).
- The lack of sleep. What with all the work I have to do this week, there is no way I will be getting my regular six-and-a-half hours. Yeah. That’s my regular. You start to wonder how I manage to look this good . . . (Just kidding.)