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Im disappointed said my father after he saw the paper my teacher sent with my horrible test grade Ive always looked up to my father so when he told me those words felt the shame piercing my soul However presently I am a hardworking person who has come far in school The geeky glasses and pony tail add to my school girl look Getting superior grades in school is one of my main priorities and it has been effective since I graduated in the top percent at my school Ive come far as a result of the dedication I put into my schoolwork Throughout my life I experienced many things that have that shaped who I am today but that shameful event had the greatest impact on the person Ive become It taught me not to take things for granted and to always weight my options In sixth grade they informed us of a state test that the students were required to take We were told of its importance and difficulty All my friends and classmates spent that year preparing while I passed the time watching TV and playing on the computer I believed that I didnt need to know any more information than what I knew in order to pass I would say Ill study tomorrow whenever my parents peeved about reviewing When the day came I sat down in that cold room and made a terrible realization it was impossible to answer any of the questions I just stared blankly at the clock and watched time pass while everyone around me completed the exam When the results came back they reflected the horror I went through that day My teacher became disappointed and sent a note to my parents I let everyone down The next year I was forced to take remedial classes while my friends took classes like art or played outside I stayed home and studied every day
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