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Exams Q&A

David DuCote, staff writer

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Q: How do you feel about exams so far?

A: “Biology is going to be terrible, language is going to be easy. I think the only one that’s going to be difficult is biology” Freshman Tanner Hendrix said.

A: “I wasn’t that nervous, but now I am kind of nervous because the three exams this week will be really hard to study for” Sophomore Aaron Cooper said.

A: Well, I only have two exams this semester, so I am not too worried about it” Senior Drew Waddell said.


Q: What’s it like balancing all your other responsibilities with studying?

A: It’s kind of difficult, there’s not much free time. With baseball and soccer, it takes up a lot of time” Hendrix said.

A: “It’s kind of a hassle because I’m heavily involved in things outside of school, in addition to baseball. So, it can be a bit much sometimes” Cooper said.

A: “I don’t do have too many extracurricular activities, so it’s pretty easy” Waddell said.


Q: What’s your hardest exam going to be?

A: Biology because it’s all confusing, plus the cumulative part will be really challenging” Hendrix said.

A: “History, because there are a lot of terms that I’m going to have to go back over to be fully prepared” Cooper said.

A: “Finance, because it’s going to require some actual studying” Waddell said.

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