Day 223

First exam (of five): Sensory Evaluation.

The exam started with three samples of beer–we had to identify the defect in two of them, and identify which beer was ordinary non-tainted beer. Of course, I got all of them right, then changed my mind, erased my answers and wrote in wrong answers. “But wait, Alan,” I hear you saying,. “You did exactly the same thing a few weeks ago on the original tasting tests. Didn’t you decide you were going to go with first impressions next time?”

Um, yeah.

Then some multiple choice, some true & false, some fill in the blanks, and some short answer. I may have mentioned that I dislike exams–never done well at them, never will–but I really personally loathe “fill in the blank” questions. I’m never in the same head space as the examiner.

“In the absence of oxygen,  ______________ will make  ________________ unnecessary when applied to _________________.”

Clearly, transporters will make space travel unnecessary when applied to humans. Right? Oh wait, this is Sensory Evaluation, not Star Trek Evaluation. Dang, might have missed that question.

Back to the books. Not one, but two exams tomorrow.

Study study study study.

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