I bought a study book, so I'll just dust off the old math portion of my brain and be all set for the big test in two weeks.
(Five minutes later) I can't find where it says whether I can use a graphing calculator or a regular calculator.
(One minute later) Oh my god. Are we are we not allowed to use any sort of calculator? I don't think I can go to graduate school.
Long division? What is this, a test for third graders? This chapter should be a breeze!
(20 minutes later) Why isn't my solution one of the answer choices? I've checked my work three times. God, this practice test has so many typos.
I don't think I've ever even heard of the expression, "square root." Plant bio was my lab science credit, so if it were real, I think I would have heard of it. Oh wait, never mind. There's already some kind of check mark on this problem. I guess I do know square roots. Awesome, I can move on.
The "mean" and the "average" is the same thing? How is that helpful to anyone? And for that matter, what the hell is the "mode?"
(Five minutes later) I hope I get lots of questions asking me to find the mode.
So, all of a sudden, ratios and fractions aren't the same thing? We just write them the exact same way? Is this a joke? Did I buy some sort of prank book?
How can there be an "equation of a line"?! What the fuck could that possibly mean?!
Well, at least I'm gonna do great at the verbal section.
(Two minutes later) Oh.
(One minute later) I'm gonna just check the Craiglist job postings for awhile.