My mom was complaining about the rabbit. I really don’t think she should’ve gotten him because you can’t really expect kids to properly care for and clean up after them. I like rabbits, but after the first one we had died, I didn’t want to get another one. The only reason we have Jack is because my little sister wanted him. But if you don’t have the time and energy and patience to properly care for an animal, I don’t think you should get one. If you can’t handle animal feces and junk from their cage being in your house: don’t get one. It’s really that simple!
One thing I think is really helpful about taking an MCAT prep course is that you learn how to strategize for the test. If I weren’t taking this course, I probably wouldn’t be noticing as many helpful strategies as I am. Sometimes you don’t even really have to think too hard; you just have to know how to eliminate wrong answers. I think the way I studied for all the pre-med courses is not the way to study for the MCAT. So that’s one thing I think prep courses are really helpful for. And if you can’t take a prep course, you can still get the books from them, which help you with test-taking strategies. My confidence in my ability to do well on the test keeps fluctuating. Right now I don’t feel like I’ll be ready to take it by the time I registered to take it. But I want to take it at least twice before they change it, so I don’t really have much of a choice. It’s extremely frustrating and spirit-killing. I wish that somehow, by some miracle, I could get at least a 35. I’m still scared.
My child sibling always makes these really annoying stupid sounding voices and noises. Constantly. I remember one time my mom even told her to stop making dumb sounding noises. But she seems to think being dumb is fun.