It is a timed test.
We started without you.
The first and last questions count the most.
What is your name?
Please put it at the top of your test.
Hint: this may be a trick question.
Let's try a story problem:
If Jane has three apples,
and gives one to Billy,
why would she do that?
Suppose that Billy takes another of Jane's apples,
and gives it to Mary;
now deal with each one's pride, happiness, anger.
You may not leave the problem blank.
Do you play a musical instrument?
Have you ever wanted to play a musical instrument?
Here is a different one.
Does it bother you if people watch, say things, judge?
While you're doing that,
here is one other person,
All of them want something from you.
What is your best subject?
Please complete all the other subjects first.
Now, answer the following questions "YES" or "NO".
What is the best approach to doing well on this test?
How have previous experiences affected your answers?
Where do you see yourself in ten years?
What do you remember most about your parents?
How do you feel about your spouse?
What have you kept from them?
What things are truly "yours"?
What will you do when you leave here today?
Will it be today?
Remember that the first and last questions count the most.
Do you feel that the test was unclear,
or even impossible?
Did you feel that you were given enough time to decide your answers?
Were you doing the whole thing for someone else,
or for yourself only?
While taking this test, did you experience
Did you want to quit before the test was finished?
Did you quit?
Would you recommend this test to others?
Do you trust the examiner(s)?
Do you feel that the test contained an ultimate "point"?
Do you care that the test will continue on without you?
Did you find the whole thing overwhelming and unfair?
Do you think that makes you unique?
for Poetry Jam, "yes or no"
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