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Workin’ It

In order to get my handle on the word list back, I’ve been diligently reviewing those words that I got wrong on practice exercises.

Occlude: (v) to stop, close up.

So, after a pretty relaxing day yesterday, I’ve decided to get down to business and do what I promised in the plan. (What plan? you may ask. The plan.)

Thus, at one o’clock today I’ll be taking my first ever practice test for the GRE. With the math section, which is what I haven’t studied yet and is therefore the most baleful. I might, however, refrain from taking the writing portion, partly because I haven’t decided whether I want to do it on paper or the computer.

I know this won’t be the best score in the world–it’s my first trial, you know? But from this test I’ll know how I may improve. To make things better, I’m bringing in a friend, who’ll take the test with me, as well as the product of yesterday’s labor: blueberry cinnamon cake.

Intensely saran-wrapped test materials.

Scores will be posted tonight! Wish me luck, and happy studying!

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