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The Worst Grade Ever The first time I ever made a mediocre grade on a test changed my life forever Before this pathetic test grade I would study for shorter periods of time and slack off more in class My grades were much lower and my conduct was usually satisfactory This event was most beneficial because it showed me that I was very lazy and I was not trying hard enough in school Many people would be amazed to find out how much one test could totally change ones life Many students who do not try that hard in school would change their study habits after reading about the major turning point of my life In the school year from 2002-2003 when I was a freshman I decided to blow off studying for a major test so I could hang out with my friends This was a major mistake that ended up making my life more meaningful The next morning I waddled into English class nervously and received the Test of Doom which I found myself guessing on ninety-five percent of the questions based on context clues Two days later when I got the test back I saw the number 13 in a blood stained crimson red color jumping out at me at the top of the paper with the words See Me After Class written below it I panicked and my brain started racing with hundreds of spontaneous thoughts such as what my parents would say I had almost been positive my parent would ground me for life To my surprise they laughed about it with a sense of humor my Mom said Is this some kind of joke and my dad said Wow you really must have studied hard I was very depressed because I had never made such a poor grade which encouraged me to do many times better Because of my poor test grade the amount of time I studied
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