After Rebirth, I Am the White Moonlight of All The Big Brothers Chapter 32

Chapter 032 She is hope, hand in the paper early

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But Meng Zhijian got Jiang Fuyue’s conditional consent, and turned around and went to the principal’s office.

“Little Meng, sit down.”

“Thank you.”

“You came to me in such a hurry, what’s the matter?”

“Yes!” He looked serious.

The headmaster couldn’t help but sit up straight.

“The thing is like this…”

He roughly told the story, especially emphasizing Jiang Fuyue’s talent in physics competition.

“This is great news! The physics competition class has been declining in recent years, so finding a good seedling is like finding new hope.”

“So I invited Jiang to join the class, but…” Although Meng Zhijian was only a physics teacher, he was also well versed in the art of speaking.

The principal asked: “Did you encounter any difficulties?”

“This classmate’s family is not very good, so I wanted to ask you, can we also give some subsidies to our physics competition class every month like the Mathematical Olympiad class? “

“This…” the principal frowned, looking troubled, “It’s not that I disagree, but everyone has seen the results of the physics competition class these years. It’s mediocre and hasn’t made any waves. The funding from the district has been cut off since the year before last. The Mathematical Olympiad class has funding because it was given from above. If it’s possible, of course, I hope we can do both, but the actual situation doesn’t allow it.”

Meng Zhijian said seriously: “This is really not good.”

Principal: “?”

“Not only is it unfair in terms of academic subjects, but it also deprives students of their right to create wealth with knowledge and undermines the enthusiasm of students at our school who aspire to explore the unknown and work hard in the field of physics in the future.”

“Is it this serious?” The principal was surprised.

Meng Zhijian nodded: “It’s serious.”

“But the physics competition class hasn’t given people hope, that’s a fact.”

“Jiang Fuyue is the hope.”

“What proof do you have? Just based on what you said just now? How many test papers have been done? How much time spent? Little Meng, you are also a senior teacher, and you don’t need me to teach you the truth of grades right?” Meng Zhijian fell into silence.

The headmaster’s tone was a bit slow: “…the third monthly exam is coming soon. If Jiang Fuyue can prove her own strength, then everything is negotiable. If not… it’s better for the physics competition class to keep the status quo.” 

It’s not that he doesn’t believe Meng Zhijia, but the physics competition class has been tossing around for so many years, they tried every method, and didn’t even see the slightest splash.

What can Jiang Fuyue change?

In any case, the monthly exam is coming as scheduled.

At nine o’clock in the morning, the Chinese exam began. 

The reading comprehension section was worth 70 points, including modern and classical Chinese comprehension, with a normal difficulty level and no out-of-syllabus content. 

Jiang Fuyue answered the section in half an hour. 

Next was the written expression section, worth a total of 80 points, including 20 points for language and writing skills and 60 points for composition. 

Even before she started writing, Jiang Fuyue had looked over the entire exam paper, including the essay question for this exam: 

“Li Qingzhao: To live as a hero and die as a ghost. 

Wen Tianxiang: Life has always included death; leave behind a determined heart to illuminate history. 

Tao Yuanming: Take a cup of wine calmly, a cup of tea blandly. 

Huang Jingyuan: In search of peace amidst the beautiful flowers, living life through the gentle flow of clouds and water. 

Some say that life should be lived in a grand and spectacular way, while others say that a simple life can also bring happiness. 

Using the provided material, choose your perspective and write an essay of at least 800 words. You can choose any style other than poetry. 

With her writing structure in mind, Jiang Fuyue began to write.

Forty minutes before the end of the exam, Jiang Fuyue raised her hand.

“Student, what do you want?”

“To hand in the paper.”

At three o’clock in the afternoon, the math test started on time.

Thirty minutes later, Jiang Fuyue applied to submit the paper.

“You…” The invigilator was a little confused, “Aren’t you going to check it?” 


“You can’t get out of the exam room even after handing in the paper.”

“I know.”

In the end, the invigilator collected the papers with disappointment. He thought to himself, “She’s used to being last in class, but now she won’t even hand in her paper on time. Maybe she’s really ready to give up…”

Obviously, he knew Jiang Fuyue.

He remembered when she first entered high school, her grades weren’t bad, how did she become one of the bottom few in just a few months? 

He sighed as he flipped through Jiang Fuyue’s paper. Oh, she really did fill in every blank space. 

The steps to solving the problems were also done in an orderly manner, especially the last question, where she wrote a lot. 

Tsk, writing nonsense is also a skill. 

He never thought that these answers might be correct, nor did he intend to verify them, after all… he was just a history teacher. 

Another sigh escaped his lips as he looked up at Jiang Fuyue, who was waiting in the rest area. Wow, she’s sleeping so soundly… 

Meanwhile, Jiang Fuyue was thinking that there were still seven math papers left, and she should be able to finish them before 9 pm without staying up late… 

The next morning was the comprehensive science exam. 

Biology and chemistry were not too difficult, and physics was okay. 

However, there was one optional question that only had five points, but it took Jiang Fuyue fifteen minutes to figure out.

After filling in the answers, the test paper was put aside, and she began to sleep.

After the last English test in the afternoon, the monthly test will be considered over.

Back in the classroom, a bunch of people got together to check the answers.

Liu Bowen was surrounded in the middle, like the stars surrounding the moon, provided you ignore his crooked glasses.

After finally breaking free, this person leaned in front of Jiang Fuyue, grinning: “Boss, please check the answer for me?”

Others may not know, but as the person sitting in front of her, he knew better than anyone else about Jiang Fuyue’s true abilities.

“Not interested.”

Liu Bowen was hurt, and he straightened his glasses before touching his chest and saying, “See? It’s bleeding here.” 

Jiang Fuyue: “…” 

Wan Xiutong: “Pfft!” 

“I’ll only ask one question, I promise!” Liu Bowen looked at her with hopeful eyes, like a pug. “In the physics bonus question, what is the value of the first blank? Is it 0.88ms?” 

Jiang Fuyue raised an eyebrow. 

Liu Bowen thought she had forgotten, and reminded her, “It’s the thin rope with length l that suspends a small ball a below it, and the other end of the rope is fixed to the ceiling point O… Do you remember?” 


“What?” Liu Bowen was stunned. 

Wan Xiutong pushed him and said, “What are you doing? Jiang Jiang already gave you the answer.” 

“Are you sure you didn’t miss one 8?” 

Jiang Fuyue looked up. “No, I didn’t.”

“How can that be? It’s clearly 0.88… I spent half an hour on this question and checked it again when I went back. It can’t be wrong!” Liu Bowen argued. 

Jiang Fuyue had no intention of arguing with him and simply said, “Oh,” before moving on. 

Liu Bowen was frustrated. Why was she like this? 

After a few words from Xu Jing, he announced the end of the school day, and everyone left quickly, relieved that they had finished the tests and excited about not having to go to school on Saturday. 

“Sister Yue, do you want to go to the game center tomorrow morning?” Jiang Han asked as she chased after her, her chubby body shaking. 

“I don’t want to go,” Jiang Fuyue replied. 

“Come on, just relax a bit. After all, the teacher said we should balance work and rest, etc…” Jiang Han continued persuading her. 

Jiang Fuyue stopped and turned around, expressionless. “You’re very talkative.” 

“….” Jiang Han shut her mouth immediately. 

“Also, speak human words. Don’t beat around the bush,” 

Jiang Han’s gaze flickered, and she said, “I wasn’t beating around the bush…” 

Jiang Fuyue walked away without saying anything.

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