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Crossing my fingers in a knot!

I hope I'm not jinxing anything right now. One of the companies I've applied to have responded and has told me to take an online assessment test. When I looked at the website given, I noticed it as one of those psychometric tests, which I've taken back when I joined HLA. It was quite gruelling since it had mathematics in them! I took the test and even fell sick afterwards. I remembered because I had to ask my mom to tell Christmas' mother I was sick and couldn't get to the temp job I had with her. But I somehow managed to pass it that time. Apparently, anyone who fails it wouldn't be considered for the position even if you aced the interview or other tests they had.

So anyways, this test... I didn't dare take the actual one just yet because a) I'm at work and b) I can't concentrate - too much distraction! So I decided to do the trial test to "prepare" myself for what's to come. Initially it was just to see if it was a similar testing system as in HLA and when I confirmed it, I tried doing the test. Not a good idea. Especially when you are at work doing a time test with heaps of words and maths, plus people 'bothering' you! I know, clever of me to even attempt it, right?

Well, no surprise that I flunked the test. But at least that was the trial test. Now, I'd focus my energy to panic over the actual test, which I would have to complete by tonight. EEeep! GOD help me...

It seemed so easy and the arithmetics actually had a lot of graphs and charts, etc. So it should have been a snap! But yeah, I'm not the most agile minded person when it comes to answering anything related to maths. What happened to me was I a) panicked and b) was distracted by other people. That's why it wasn't the smartest thing for me to do. Heh!

I just hope that when I do do the actual test tonight at home, I would be calm, quick and precise so that I won't embarrass myself too much. Eeep!


~~*I need GOD and Lady Luck on my side*~~

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