You haven’t seen many new posts from me lately. Between theat the end of September and the last month, I’ve been busy. And it seems that each week away sets me three weeks further behind schedule.
I have plenty of topics I’m working on, or at least, written on my to-blog list. But I thought I’d get back into the swing of regular blogging with a post about the perils of scholastic aptitude tests (SATs, used by most US colleges and universities as a criterion for rating applicants for admission). My youngest daughter took her PSATs last month; results are pending. My middle daughter took her first SAT Reasoning Test in the spring, and beat my old math score, but was disappointed by the language score. She repeated the Reasoning Test this weekend. She took the SAT Subject Tests last month and scored well in her three subjects. So this is a topic that’s on everyone’s mind in my household (except for my oldest daughter, who is in college and beyond all that — until the GREs).
I hope to start posting on Excel and graphics topics today, though it may take a guest post to get started.