I am such a bad teacher. x.x
I get so confused in American high school films, like you have different classes called trig and calculus. It’s all maths, how on earth do you spend a whole year of lessons just doing trig.
welcome to hell
It sort of depends on the school. I don’t think I ever had a separate “trigonometry” class in high school. If I recall correctly, I had geometry, then some sort of advanced algebra (I forget exactly what the class I took sophomore year was), then pre-calculus, then calculus. Some people also took statistics. And it’s not like they never intersected (except we never any calculus stuff in the non-calculus classes). Maybe it’s just because I was used to it, but I never felt like the fact that they were separated was a problem.
That said, I think my high school has changed it to be Math 1, Math 2, etc. since I’ve graduated. (Although AP calc and AP stats are probably still separate because they’re AP classes.)
if you are ASEXUAL, you do not experience SEXUAL ATTRACTION.
if you are AROMANTIC, you do not experience ROMANTIC ATTRACTION.
if you are AROMATIC, you have a PLEASANT AND DISTINCTIVE SMELL.
“if you are AROMATIC, you have a PLEASANT AND DISTINCTIVE SMELL.”
Either that or you’re a planar, cyclic molecule with 4n + 2 delocalized pi electrons. :P
Undergrads vs. Grad Students
To-Do List as an Undergrad:
- HW for Class #1
- HW for Class #2
- HW for Class #3
- HW for Class #4
- HW for Class #5
- Research 1 afternoon this week
- Extracurricular stuff
To-Do List as a Graduate Student on a Teaching Assistantship:
- Prep for Teaching Classes
- Oh shit somewhere in here I also have to do a fuckton of research fuck