Ok, so I don't have many adventures to document in my life right now, especially since my life revolves around school, work, debate/speech, and, most recently, the GRE. Still, it's better than nothing. At least I think so.
Nancy and I met today to discuss our study plan for taking the GRE. After discussing the pros and cons of our different books we figured out a schedule. As far as I can tell, we'll be thoroughly prepared for taking the GRE in August. We have six model tests between the two us, so I think we'll be fine. Can you tell that I'm anxious?
While flipping through my book today and talking with Nancy, we noticed that my book starts with the basics. And when I say "the basics," I mean it. Just 13 pages into the book and it tells you how to use a mouse with a similar diagram to the left. Here are the instructions:
As you probably know, a mouse is a small electronic device that enables you to send signals to your PC. It sits on a mouse pad, it's tail (the electric cord that links it to your PC) pointed away from you. As you move the mouse back and forth along the surface of the mouse pad, you see a pointer or arrow moving on the computer screen. There's a "button" on the rear surface of the mouse. Click that button to tell the computer to so something.
Well, at least I'll be adequately prepared to take the GRE and have proficient skills in using a mouse now!