I feel good about it. Not great. But good.
I think I have a good understanding of the concepts in Anthropology, and based on the last test, he emphasizes concept over anything else.
Chemistry is a little rockier. It's difficult for me, to begin with, and then his exams are harder than the practice test he gives. Not to mention that everything we covered this unit has been new to me, with the exception of the electron-dot configuration and ionic/covalent bonding. But I think I'm doing pretty good getting nuclear fission and nuclear fission straight, and I'm kicking ass and taking names when it comes to alpha particles, beta particles, and gamma rays. I finally understand how to determine molecular shape based on the electron configuration (I totally know why H2O is "bent") and I think I'm pretty good on the electron energy diagram thing (1s2, 2s2, 2p6, 3s2...and so-forth), though I don't understand the quantum number thing behind it.
Well. I'm off to bed (as soon as Anna returns with my laptop). I was hoping to be to sleep by now, but I was silly and didn't realize that, "can I use your computer really quick?" meant, "can I use your laptop for over an hour."
Live and learn.
On a happier note: I'm planning on seeing a movie tomorrow! It's been over a week (stupid school, making me too busy to go to movies!) so I'm pretty unconcerned with what I actually see, as long as it's something. Topping the list: The King of California, Michael Clayton, and Across the Universe.
By the way, it makes me really sad that Elizabeth: The Golden Age is supposed to be so bad. Cate Blanchett is so talented and Clive Owen is so HOT! Oh well...maybe I'll rent it sometime.