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AP Literature
Read A Thousand Splendid Suns
Read The Road
Read Twelfth Night
Read "Genesis"
Read Poetry
College Application Essays/UC Personal Statements
University of Michigan Application (In Progress)
Common Application (In Progress)
Personal Brag Sheet
List of Recommending Teachers
List of Ten Prospective Colleges (Reach, Probable, Safety)
UPenn Campus Visit
UPenn Interview
Swarthmore Campus Visit

HKU Campus Visit

AP Economics
June Economics Vocab Project
July Economics Vocab Project
August Economics Vocab Project
Economics Article Summaries
Economics Bibliography
Economics Title Page

Economics Notes/Study Questions
    Ch. 1-5, Ch.6-8, Ch.9-11, Ch.12-14W, Ch.15-17, Ch.18-24, Ch.25-27W, Ch.28-29, Ch.30-34, Ch.35-36
Read Economics Textbook (Incomplete)

AP Government
Government Worksheets Ch. 1, 2, 4, 5
Government Article Summary/Analysis

AP French

Finish Exercises in Une Fois Pour Toutes (In Progress)

AP Calculus
Calculus CD (In Progress)

Honors Physics
Physics CD

Honors French (Incomplete)
Read Rhinoceros
Read Le Petit Prince
Read Bonjour Tristesse

Hong Kong
Have lots of fun!

Science Alliance Assignments
Teen Council Chairperson Application
Teen Council Chairperson Interview

Tennis Assistant Coach
Watch WALL-E/Batman
Renew Permit
Current Location:
Hong Kong
Current Mood:
cheerful cheerful
Current Music:
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On June 20th, 2008 06:18 pm (UTC), flyinpengwins commented:
lol... I like how you type out the entire word for "Government" and "Economics" every single time.
Do our econ words HAVE to be evenly spread out or are you just doing that because you want to?
And how can gov homework be "on hold"? XD
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On June 20th, 2008 10:11 pm (UTC), dragonspirit888 replied:
You think I'd willingly spread out the Econ vocabulary when I could finish it all at once? Tsk tsk mochi. But, the assignment says, in bold, "Spread the selection of your articles so that you have at least a third of the terms from each of the full months of summer (June, July and August)." And it doesn't seem optional. =/ Are you going to just do it all at once? XD And I left my government worksheets at home since I didn't want to bring two textbooks to Hong Kong.
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On June 21st, 2008 01:01 am (UTC), flyinpengwins replied:
That instruction in itself is flawed, because you can't possibly have at least a third from each month because that would add up to more than one. =P
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On June 21st, 2008 01:02 am (UTC), flyinpengwins replied:
Oops, bad sentence structure... xP

That instruction in itself is flawed--you can't possibly have at least a third from each month, because that would add up to more than one. =P
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On June 21st, 2008 09:56 am (UTC), dragonspirit888 replied:
So you take out "at least." I think he expects AP students to use common sense and interpret the overall message. ;) And you are a noob for rewriting your comment because of two becauses. >_>
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