Your academic achievments

#1
so yeah i stole this from the sports acievements but whatever im smarter then i am brawny.....

basically what achievements did you get for intelligence? i'll start

presidental award for academic excellence
honor roll for 7 years straight
top 3%, on G.E.D. test, in the country
curiosity award in 8th grade
would have been validictorian if i didnt drop out
deans list

so what about you guys?

p.s. yay for my 100th post. im not a newbie anymore!!
 

Cheomesh

Registered Member
#5
Was part of the "advanced" group in elementary school, but in 4th grade I had a teacher so horrible and such a crap experience it killed my spirit for academia and I stopped giving a damn.

Last "great" thing I did in school was Odessy of the Mind, 5th grade.

M.
 

Kazmarov

For a Free Scotland
#7
IQ: 139 (only official test, age 8)
Center for Talented Youth, 5th grade (PLUS test in 98th percentile verbal/96th percentile math)
Center for Talented Youth, 7th grade (SAT I test score met the minimum needed to be admitted)
-Took and passed intensive course in Geopolitics
Dean's List, first semester 9th grade
Junior Statesmen of America, entrance into Princeton summer program 2007
-Took and passed intensive courses, AP US Government and Honors Political Communication
My essay in 9th grade on the Mau Mau Revolt got selected to represent the school at the National History Day

EDIT: I wonder if Adrienne will post here. Her achievements are absurd.
 
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ysabel

/ˈɪzəˌbɛl/ pink 5
#8
so yeah i stole this from the sports acievements but whatever im smarter then i am brawny.....

basically what achievements did you get for intelligence? i'll start

presidental award for academic excellence
honor roll for 7 years straight
top 3%, on G.E.D. test, in the country
curiosity award in 8th grade
would have been validictorian if i didnt drop out
deans list

so what about you guys?

p.s. yay for my 100th post. im not a newbie anymore!!

I guess you're just messing up with us when you misspell words.

You know, I'm just teasing :lol:.

Congrats on your 100th post. *yay*

Here's what I can think of:

- Diploma (looks simple but it's not that easy to finish school for everyone)
- Getting into the Master's degree program under academic scholarship
- Managing to excel in extra-curricular activities while maintaining above average grades (I prefer this than to be the class genius with a social life of a troglodyte).
- Getting a 99+ score (max %) in a national college entrance exam
- Leadership Award (HS senior year)
- Senior Class President (University Student Council)
- Elementary years: Advance Reading "Group" (sole member but they decided to separate me from the other reading groups because I got bored with their pace)
- Actually got a semester with perfect grades in all the courses (post grad yrs semester distinction)
- Topped the master's comprehensive exams (of course this was only based on the results of other postgrad students who took the MCE at the same time)
 
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#9
The only time I've ever really done something spectatcular was last year when we were studying Romeo and juliet, there was an oral on who shoudl be to blame and instead of studying for two weeks and finding all my quotes I just said "fuck it, i'ma fail anyway" and didn't do anything.

The day came and I just winged it and to my suprise i got a perfect score and was shown in the media for my splendid perfromance. Amazing. never did it again though :(
 
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