An Unforgettable Test
Last Sunday,I took the GRE. It was the longest test I had ever taken. I entered the examination room at eight o＇clock and did not come out until twelve. For the first hour I sat there waiting anxiously for the proctor to give out the paper. Then the exam officially began. I saw nothing but the test paper. How time flew. I did one section after another. The test was over without my knowing it.
Earlier I had taken many teats, yet at no test did I feel time so limited as this one. Usually there is plenty of time for me to go over what I have written when I finish the test. I would sit there waiting restlessly for the test to be over.
But this time, it took me over twenty minutes to have finished the two sections on math at a much slower speed than usual. God bless me. I wish I had been careful enough this time.
At noon, someone came over to talk with me about the test, which put me in doubt of whether or not I had put the number of my test certificate right on the answer sheet. I was sure I fined in the number, but I did not remember whether or not I had circled the corresponding number under it.
Howevet, maybe all of My efforts are not made in vain. It would be terrible if I got no grades after working so hard.