On this day :
1991 Hostage Terry Anderson freed in Lebanon, 1780 Washingtons cousin tricks Loyalists, 1928 Irish Godfather killed by car bomb in St Paul, 1864 Engagement ends at Waynesboro, 1945 Senate approves US participation in United Nations, 1969 Police kill two members of the Black Panther Party, 2009 Amanda Knox convicted of murder in Italy, 1952 Smog kills thousands in England, 1872 The mystery of the Mary Celeste, 1918 President Wilson travels to Europe, 1992 Bush orders US troops to Somalia, 1981 Warren Beatty writes directs stars in Oscarwinning Reds, 1916 Somerset Maugham sails for Pago Pago, 1956 The Million Dollar Quartet convenes at Sun Studios in Memphis Tennessee, 1867 Oliver Kelley organizes the Grange, 1783 Washington bids farewell to his officers, 1997 NBA suspends Latrell Sprewell for attacking coach, 1966 Viet Cong attack Tan Son Nhut airport, 1967 Riverine force surrounds Viet Cong battalion, 1917 Psychiatrist reports on the phenomenon of shell shock, 1942 Polish Christians come to the aid of Polish Jews,

Essays

Newton's Laws of Exams

Average User Rating
Editor's Rating

Newton's Law of Exams

 

1st Law

"Every book will continue to remain at rest or covered in dust until an external or internal exam acts on it."

 

2nd Law

"The rate of change of knowledge is proportional to the applied study and the change of knowledge is in the direction of the studies."

 

3rd Law

"Every exam force has an equal and opposite study force which acts simultaneously."

 

4th Law

"When two exams collide, the total knowledge before the collision is equal to the knowledge after the collision."

 

 

User Rating
Rate Me !