• Was the GRE exam difficult?

    I really don't want to take this since i heard it's hard but i can't find schools that accept the MAT
    I really don't want to take this since i heard it's hard but i can't find schools that accept the MAT
    7 answers · 3 weeks ago
  • Is bad if a child's iq is 84? Does it grow as an adult?

    My niece took an official test claiming she has an iq of 84, and that it was below average. She is also in a special education program. Does this change as an adult? Also please dont give me a political correct answer like ''it doesn't matter'' or any of that.
    My niece took an official test claiming she has an iq of 84, and that it was below average. She is also in a special education program. Does this change as an adult? Also please dont give me a political correct answer like ''it doesn't matter'' or any of that.
    11 answers · 4 weeks ago
  • What should I do about my mind?

    11 answers · 1 month ago
  • I feel like I'm unintelligent as opposed to my other peers (SAT scores)...what can I do?

    Best answer: Given some of the scores I'm aware of, you're not in bad shape. Look, some people just don't test very well. When I was in high school, a friend and I both applied to Yale. She had some of the worst SAT scores I've ever seen -- far, far lower than mine. However, she was a top student with very... show more
    Best answer: Given some of the scores I'm aware of, you're not in bad shape.

    Look, some people just don't test very well. When I was in high school, a friend and I both applied to Yale. She had some of the worst SAT scores I've ever seen -- far, far lower than mine. However, she was a top student with very interesting activities and experiences. We both got in.

    Admissions officers would much rather see high grades and low SAT scores than vice-versa. If your scores are high but your grades low, they think you aren't working up to your abilities. The main issue might be your school. They know the high schools; they know the quality of education each one offers. It could be that your school isn't offering a really rigorous education, so that you weren't as well-prepared for the exam as you should have been.

    I can't say whether that was the case, but I don't think you should worry a great deal. Take the SATs again if you wish, and take some SAT II subject tests as well. (Good colleges may require them.) I hope, too, that you've been taking the most challenging classes your school has to offer -- AP and honors classes. That will help.

    You could also choose to apply to schools that are no longer requiring that you submit test scores.

    Good luck
    6 answers · 1 month ago
  • How bad and offensive is it to say to someone "Kill yourself slowly and painfully"?

    Best answer: It is very bad, because it is offensive to want another person to experience a painful death.
    Best answer: It is very bad, because it is offensive to want another person to experience a painful death.
    9 answers · 2 months ago
  • Hey i have a serious question?

    So today i took my final exam it is the 4th exam of the class and i feel like i failed it. i passed the first three exams barely. I completed all other requirements of the class. Did i pass the class or fail?
    So today i took my final exam it is the 4th exam of the class and i feel like i failed it. i passed the first three exams barely. I completed all other requirements of the class. Did i pass the class or fail?
    6 answers · 2 months ago
  • How to be sucsessful taking AP world history?

    So Sophmore year and I decided to take my first AP class which happens to be World History. Any tips on how to suceed?
    So Sophmore year and I decided to take my first AP class which happens to be World History. Any tips on how to suceed?
    4 answers · 2 months ago
  • Is a professor required to let us know how much time there is for an exam? If so according to what?

    Was taking a 5 question exam today. I thought we had an hour but the teacher failed to mention we only have 10 minutes, so I spent more Time on the first two questions then I should ve and I only answered 2 out of 5.
    Was taking a 5 question exam today. I thought we had an hour but the teacher failed to mention we only have 10 minutes, so I spent more Time on the first two questions then I should ve and I only answered 2 out of 5.
    5 answers · 2 months ago
  • Is an "A-level" an exam?

    Best answer: No. An "A-Level" (short for "General Certificate of Education: Advanced Level") is a qualification. Obtaining an A-Level will usually require passing several exams, and possibly fulfilling other criteria such as coursework or practical assessments. Obtaining an A-Level will usually result in... show more
    Best answer: No.

    An "A-Level" (short for "General Certificate of Education: Advanced Level") is a qualification.

    Obtaining an A-Level will usually require passing several exams, and possibly fulfilling other criteria such as coursework or practical assessments.

    Obtaining an A-Level will usually result in you being given a paper certificate; however this is not the qualification itself - only evidence that you have obtained it. The certificate without the qualification (for example if it is fraudulently obtained or revoked) is worthless; and losing the certificate doesn't mean you no longer have the qualification.
    5 answers · 2 months ago
  • Need advice on passing my written driving test?

    I've been having problems passing the written test. So far, I've taken it 2 times and failed it. I've been taking the practice test online. I manage to get a lot of questions on the practice test correct. But there are always a few questions that confuse me and I always get wrong. Maybe if I write down... show more
    I've been having problems passing the written test. So far, I've taken it 2 times and failed it. I've been taking the practice test online. I manage to get a lot of questions on the practice test correct. But there are always a few questions that confuse me and I always get wrong. Maybe if I write down the questions that I keep getting wrong and memorize them...will that help?
    6 answers · 2 months ago
  • In Britain, does the word "qualification" mean "exam"?

    Best answer: No. An exam (short for examination) is the actual test that you take. Some exams lead to qualifications, some don't. Some qualifications require exams, some don't. Update2: I've no idea how people in the USA use the word "certificate" - I'm fortunate enough to have never lived... show more
    Best answer: No.

    An exam (short for examination) is the actual test that you take.

    Some exams lead to qualifications, some don't.
    Some qualifications require exams, some don't.

    Update2: I've no idea how people in the USA use the word "certificate" - I'm fortunate enough to have never lived there.

    Update3: No - a qualification is not a tangible object. You may have a physical certificate that provides documentary evidence that you hold a qualification, but that isn't the qualification. For example, if you throw away the certificate, you still have the qualification.
    5 answers · 2 months ago
  • My iq is 140 and I never haf female friends.Because most females are at 100.?

    Best answer: You have just proved that you are another idiotic troll by your question.

    If you have such a high IQ how come you can't even spell the word 'have'?
    Best answer: You have just proved that you are another idiotic troll by your question.

    If you have such a high IQ how come you can't even spell the word 'have'?
    6 answers · 2 months ago