Posted early to help someone out with pics. Will add actual review later.
With the Brain Cell inside, fits two large textbooks and a paperback with no stuffing. Probably one more paperback if I stretched it a bit. The weight of the bag in this setup is 22.6 pounds. This is more than I would almost ever carry… usually one book and the laptop.
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I didn’t get as much done this break as I’d hoped, but I still made good headway on studying for my MCAT that’s coming up at the end of January. The MCAT is the test you take that serves as a standard measure of how qualified you are to enter medical school; schools look at your scores as well as your GPA and application when determining whether to offer you a spot. The MCAT is divided into three sections: Biological Sciences, Physical Sciences, and Verbal Reasoning; there are also two short essay questions. Chemistry can be found in both of the science sections (organic chem vs. physical chem), and everything is very passage-based so critical reading skills are a must. A perfect score is 45 (15 on each of the three sections), and I’d like to shoot for the high 30s at least to present a competitive application to med school. I got a 30 as a freshman when I took a practice MCAT, so I think that I’ll do much better with 4 years of college behind me.
I leave for OU tomorrow morning, right after church. It’s always nice going back when I have people riding with me, and Andrew Whiteside and Adam Junk are both coming. I certainly won’t lack for entertainment as they talk more than most anyone else I know. I have no clue how I’m going to fit all of Adam’s stuff in the car tomorrow, but we’ll see what happens. My laptop gets to ride in style in my new messenger bag I got for Christmas, which I’ll have to blog about sometime because it’s kind of a big deal
I’m ready for a new semester to start.