Leonardo"s Notebook by Mattheus Mei

I have been impressed with the urgency of doing. Knowing is not enough; we must apply. Being willing is not enough; we must do.

Thursday, October 18, 2007

A brief brake

from the Christianity & Islam even at the University. I took the Civic's Literacy test on Brad Warthen's Blog (see local editor in blogroll) and scored 54 out of 60 correctly — 90.00 %. I think that's a job well done considering the questions I missed (4 of 6) had to do with economic principals (which I admit, in my undergraduate career economics was not my subject). I'm pleased to say that I only missed one question related to American History, and on related to Political Philosophy. I'm going to challenge everyone to take the quiz

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4 comments:

Gashwin said...

I'm glad the test showed that you didn't have brakes on when learning civics, but perhaps you did mean a brief "break" :)

Mattheus Mei said...

I think you'll find the title intentional - to put the brakes on life means to slow down - so I was intimating that I was just slowing down, not stopping :)

Dogwood Dell said...

You win. I missed only one more question than you. Thus a grand 88.3%.

Shame on me.

Dogwood Dell said...

Just for the record. This test for US Citizenship is a lot easier.