I remember when I was writing my first 250 limit essay. I went and hit 376 words. It took three weeks to snip and then get the final draft. I spent half an hour on your essay and made these corrections or one should say editing. Hope this helps because I pulled it down to 275. 100 words less. :)
Throughout my years in school, I've stressed myself to get good grades under every
circumstances but I couldn't memorize
. I had a poor memory in remembering what
I've learned and usually muddled up
, forced look back at the previous notes.
My weakest subject might've been history because I forgot
dates of historical events and the sequence of events. I looked at my world history teacher's list of recommendation for AP World History, my name was nowhere to be found. I expected that because I was an average student
. Something made me
want to give it a try, so I asked the teacher, and there I was, in AP World History. The course was interesting but soon enough, that no matter how hard I studied, dates and sequence just wouldn't enter
my mind. Not surprisingly
, I failed the exam with a 2.
It was devastating at first, but I knew I shouldn't let that one grade bring me down. So I took another chance by
taking AP Biology. I developed a passion for Biology because of my teacher. His explanation was great and preparing materials which helped me improve my memory.
I wasn't the best student in the class and felt way below because everyone scored so high in his class exams while I scored average
. The feeling of hopelessness
struck me again but I pushed myself to study, to memorize, to rewrite and reread notes to prove a point
. My expectations weren't high but this exam unlike history
, I felt more confident
My hardwork paid off when scores came in the mail in July. Without hesitation, I opened it, and I saw a 4.