Expressive Writing: Rhetorical Analysis of The Calculus Test

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The main character in this story shows that he has a supportive home life with the relationship with his mother. Although his mother does not like all of his books all over the kitchen table while he is studying, she wishes him good luck on his calculus test.

Unfortunately, it turns out the good luck does not serve the main character well. He receives a test that is difficult to do and his friend sitting beside him during the test already knows that he has failed miserably.

This story works because before the results are in for the test, you already know what the outcome will be for the main character and his friends on the calculus test. Sometimes trying hard does not always pay off.

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