Scary at the Official Defund the media shirt in contrast I will get this time but exhilarating when you win. We cannot predict anything about your exam. It would depend on the person who put the question for you. However be the question you should be prepared to face it . So you should be prepared to answer the difficult question as well. Maths is a subject in which you can score full marks. But you will have to learn it properly. You should learn by solving number of questions. Just reading the question and solution will not help you to learn maths. I don’t know what he plans in order to “toughen” you up, but it sounds like it would be a demonstrative action that children would learn from watching. Like abusing you. I feel scoring in boards is much more easier than school board exam because questions in the board exam are usually direct, answers might be lengthy but an average student can also score really good marks. Objective of board is to pass s much students as they can, never feel that they will try their best to fail you, nupz never. Write your answers neatly. Highlight the important points in an answer by underlining the words. Nothing is difficult if you have prepared well. You will yourself feel after the boards that having boards is better than school board exams. 80% questions will be average but 20% questions will be some what difficult, where they will check your basic understanding of your topics. First thing I require to anwser this question is an operational definition of the idea of TOUGH. And how do you know if said individuals are actually tough or Not? So generally speaking consider peoples many behaviors. Many people project a persona that they hope others will interpret as what they need others to believe. Kind, righteous, bright, wealthy and myriad other things. In my practice removing the mask is a primary task. Most embellishments are to cover a fear about identity. Acting tough they believe gives them strength and dominance. Behind that can be insecurities about many aspects. Tough keeps people off balance. Sadly it causes social isolation.
It’s a learned behavior many have seen very young in bullies. As we grow up look back we know the Official Defund the media shirt in contrast I will get this truth. I suggest you consider not playing into the drama. Often much pain is being the posturing. It is a basic very primal defense mechanism. We see it in the animal kingdom. Project danger and maybe u control the social situation. It’ is extremely hard to correctly assess questions like this with no information either about the individual or why your perception indicates a person is actually putting on a show. But the act has feelings and thoughts behind it. The motivation clarifies but the end game is generally vague. Consider why people make such assumptions. I believe the fact this seems to concern you. And your noticed this may reveal a anwser specific to you. We all act various parts to impress or myriad things. Consider if u embellished something in your life. Assess why. Then u will gain insights into many behaviors. Thanks. It’ the best I am able to explain with limited information. Read my link for other board related questions and how to study for board and follow the steps. I myself will garuntee that if you are following the steps,, rather hoe tuff the paer would be, youll score above 85%. Usually even a hard punch isn’t very painful at first. The moment the punch connects, you should have enough adrenaline and surprise factor that you are shocked, but not in pain. Of course, this depends on where you are punched. If it’s a blunt-force punch (to the skull, the temple, the jaw, etc) it will not be overly painful. If it’s to the brow ridge, eye socket, and especially the bridge of the nose, it can cause sharp pain very quickly. I imagine the worst pain is from a broken nose. Depending on where you are punched and with what force, your legs might give. If it’s too much for the brain to bear, you will lose consciousness. I’ve never experienced the latter, but I have been punched to the temple twice with significant force, and both times resulted in a fuzzy, dizzy feeling in my head, along with my knees going weak and my legs almost buckling.