Friday, August 10, 2007

Just in case you weren't sure I'm a dork

I recently procured two test prep books for the GMAT. I am not planning to take the GMAT, but I am obsessed with these bright purple and green books. One is for the verbal portion; the other is math. Lately, when Rob comes home I am on the couch with one of the books and a little notepad, answering sample questions. He says hi and I'm all "Look! Fractions!"
He says I'm doing it so that I can say I could have gone to business school, but just didn't want to. The truth is way nerdier than that. I like standardized tests and getting scores on things.

1 comment:

Joe said...

There are a dime, a nickel, and a penny sitting on a table. You can't see them, but you know they are not configured as all heads or all tails. You want them to be. You may ask to have them turned over one at a time, and the turner will tell you after each turn whether you have achieved conformity (all heads or all tails). What is your strategy to have all heads or all tails with the fewest number of turns?
Try solving it in your mind.