Tuesday, September 11, 2007

I shall dominate my biology class


I got my first grade for my first biology lab, and I aced it!! Twenty points were possible, and I got all 20! Yay!! I am so happy!! The average score for the class was 16.26. So I am better than average! ;-)

My next lab is due tomorrow night, and I hope to get 20 again. Plus, I will be getting extra credit with that lab because I showed up to class last week, even though it wasn't mandatory, and I did the work. I am definitely on the right path!

Of course, our first big exam is next week, and I am worried about it. But our teacher did post a study guide so I know what will be on the test. As long as I study and memorize everything, I should be fine. *fingers crossed* I am meeting with my classmate Kristen on Sunday to study (she's the one who's my age). She has kids, so I'll be taking the rugrats along so they can play. :-)

I rode the bike tonight. To answer Mendy's question from a couple posts ago, I do my bike workouts on an indoor stationary bike. I do have an outdoor bike, but it's a mountain bike and is not in the best shape. It has been forever since I've used it, and it needs to be fixed in a major way. Not sure if I will fix it or get rid of it for a new bike later on. It is a 12-year-old bike, after all.

Today's stats:
Distance: 10 miles
Time: 35:22


Wes said...

Way to kick but academically! You ROCK :-)

The One and Only Tigger said...

Congrats on your lab score. A little studying and some luck can go a long way. I hope your lab last night went well also. Taking the kids so they can play together works very well, no baby sitter needed and usually they can keep themself out of trouble. Good job on the workout. Keep workingout and get some time to yourself. You deserve it.

David said...

Way to go, smarty pants! Looks like all that sucking up to the teacher is paying off. ;-)

J~mom said...

WOOHOO!!!!!!!! Way to go in Biology!!

Mendy said...

That's awesome stats on the indoor bike! Super speedy! You got an A on that too!

Way to go in your class! You're doing so well and setting a great example for the other students.