My School Year So Far

Posted: September 21, 2016 in Articles

So far this school year, I have written a report on The Bronze Bow by Elizabeth George Speare, three essays for Biology and an essay on World War I. I have taken six Advanced Mathematics tests, three Biology tests, and four U.S. History quizzes. In addition to Biology, Advanced Math, and U.S. History, I am taking Spanish 2, Logic, Public Speaking, Choir, Trumpet & Jazz Band, Bible, and, of course, Hapkido. Soon I will have to give my first speech and also take my first Spanish test. That sums it up and I feel pretty darn busy.

Here are the questions which I got wrong. If you’re bored, you can see if you can get the answers right! Unfortunately, I can’t show the math problems I got wrong because I don’t know how to format the questions and don’t have time right now to find out, so for you math lovers, I apologize! I missed six math questions (out of 140 questions)…. Four of the questions below are from Biology and one is from U.S. History – just in case that isn’t completely obvious. I wonder if I’ll ever have to know any of this as an adult.

  1. An organism has a single, prokaryotic cell. To what kingdom does it belong?
  2. If an organism from kingdom Protista is heterotrophic, what subkingdom is it most likely in?
  3. Name one organism in kingdom Protista that is pathogenic. Name the malady that this organism causes.
  4. An organism from phylum Mastigophora cannot move. What organelle is not functioning?
  5. In what year was the Spanish Armada destroyed by the English navy?
Comments
  1. Busy, indeed. I only know the last one, but then I am English πŸ™‚

  2. Libby says:

    I’m glad I’m not at school these days!

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