You score in the 98th percentile on a college critical thinking exam.
Then, give yourself a pat on the back by mentioning it on a forum years later.
I got 98.7% in A Level English Literature, including full marks on 3 papers. I also got 97.5% at GCSE despite refusing to revise.
I have no idea how I do this - actually I do. I just write the answers people tell me and I have a flair for writing. I think I'm going to suck at degree level because I never see the deeper meaning or the metaphors unless someone points them out. I just see a story/poem/whatever.
I recently took a practice ASVAB and got 100 on all of the language areas.
I'm doing a post grad degree at uni and many students have an "I blitzed high school so I can slack off" attitude... and then wonder why there marks are low.
Though I never received a mark above 95% for anything, anywhere, ever, so there's a good chance I'm just talking out of my blow hole. :tongue:
You know you're an ISTP when your kid brings home a large booklet containing all of the rules, regulations, behavior/dress codes, consequences of disobedience, and "stages" of discipline... and you throw it in the trash without cracking the cover. And then sign the form that states you've read it. :confused:
And then you get the fundraiser folder, with all of the crap you're supposed to sell to your family to raise money for the PTO. And that goes in the trash.
And you seriously consider notifying the school what a horrible waste of paper all of that is, when people could just go read it on the website. Or sign up for the fundraiser before being bombarded with all of that shit.
and you seriously consider forging your doctor's signature on the vaccine record for the school, so you don't have to subject your kids to 100 million shots by the time they are 5.