After Rebirth, I Am the White Moonlight of All The Big Brothers Chapter 56

Chapter 56: Pre-Exam Test Questions, and Another Clash with Tie Zhuang

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After leaving the classroom to Jiang Fuyue, Meng Zhijian didn’t even look back as he walked into the office.

Just as he entered, he ran into Yu Wenzhou.

Yu Wenzhou was surprised, “Aren’t you supposed to be teaching? Why are you back? I was just about to go and hand out the test papers…”

“No need to do that.” Meng Zhijian waved his hand. “Just put everything away.”

“What’s going on? Are you not teaching today?”

“I asked Jiang Fuyue to substitute for me.” Meng Zhijian smiled like a sly old fox. “Let’s go out for a bit.”

“Who did you ask to substitute?!”

“…Jiang Fuyue.”

“Old Meng, have you lost your mind? Letting a student teach other students?!”

“Sigh, don’t get stimulated. Just listen to me. Jiang Fuyue and Liu Bowen have compiled a set of notes, which contain…”

The two old friends continued to talk as they walked away, getting further and further from the office.

The next morning, even before class started, Hou Siyuan rushed to the grade office.

At that time, Meng Zhijian was still lecturing Jiang Fuyue, with an air that was almost like standing tall and sticking out his chest while pointing his index finger up to show that he was the “first wife” in the house.

Although Xu Jing, who was in a slightly weaker position, was still considered the “second wife,” he was not to be trifled with. “….Just because it’s in your hands now doesn’t mean it will be in the future!”

“Um…should I come back later?” Hou Siyuan stood at the door, unable to enter or leave, feeling helpless.


The two men immediately resumed their serious faces, their authority returning.

Across from them, Yu Wenzhou quietly pursed his lips, expressing an indescribable sense of disdain.

“Come in,” Meng Zhijian casually lifted the lid of his cup and took a sip of hot tea, “What’s up?”

“Are you going to a meeting today?” 

He paused, “Why?”

“No…Just wondering if you could let Jiang Fuyue continue to substitute if you’re going.”

Meng Zhijian’s eyes and brows twitched, but he said, “Why? I was going to ask Ling Xuan to take over…”

“No, no, no, Jiang Fuyue is great, no need to change!” 

“Is this your personal opinion or…” Meng Zhijian began to ask.

“We all think so!” Suddenly, over a dozen heads popped out from the doorway.

Meng Zhijian: “!”

Seeing this, Xu Jing couldn’t help but sneer, “Old Meng, it looks like you’re not in charge.”

Given that the opinions of the masses were too unified, Meng Zhijian, who had no plans to hold a meeting, went out to a meeting and brought Yu Wenzhou along.

Jiang Fuyue didn’t expect to continue teaching for another day, but since she was already doing it, one or two more days didn’t make much of a difference.

“So…should we continue with the key points?” she asked.

“Okay!” The audience’s eyes lit up as they readied their notebooks.

They spent the morning going over the key points, and the afternoon reviewing the predicted questions. Jiang Fuyue’s class was quite ordinary.

“This knowledge point…” Everyone perked up their ears.

Jiang Fuyue said, “It won’t be on the exam. For the next knowledge point, there’s a 50% chance it’ll be on this year’s exam. Two years ago, it was about combining unit circles, last year it was about applying trigonometric functions, and this year, unless there are any surprises, it should be about sequences. Among them, geometric sequences are more difficult, and you can refer to Example 9…”

After two days of trimming and organizing, Jiang Fuyue compressed the knowledge points to one-third of their original size, and halved the number of example questions.

Liu Bowen then listed the “68 must-have questions for the Physics Olympiad” in order of probability based on what Jiang Fuyue said, and it was widely circulated and copied.

At first, someone raised a question, “How do you know whether it will be tested or not? What if you guessed wrong?”

“So I have given the chances for each question. In more professional language, it’s called probability,” Jiang Fuyue replied.

The person then asked, “And how did you come up with these probabilities? Did you make them up based on imagination and random guessing?”

“I analyzed the physics preliminary competition questions from all provinces and cities nationwide over the past five years. Is this data source persuasive enough for you? If not, there is also a longitudinal comparison of preliminary competition questions from the past ten years in Linhuai, as well as an analysis of all original physics test questions written by Professor Zhang Zhongwei, the test writer for our city, for the past three years. Any further questions?” Jiang Fuyue answered confidently.

“No, no more questions,” the person replied, too scared to ask anything further.

Even someone as proud as Ling Xuan couldn’t help but look shocked. She had completed so many questions without a sound, and had even considered the test writer. It was unbelievable…

She was insane! Not human!

Meng Zhijian and Yu Wenzhou, who were eavesdropping outside the classroom, were also shocked.

“O-Old Meng, why are you shaking?” Yu Wenzhou asked.

“You’re the one who’s shaking!” Meng Zhijian retorted.

Yu Wenzhou swallowed hard and said, “At this rate, do you think we might lose our jobs?”

Meng Zhijian thought about it carefully and replied, “…it’s very likely.”

In order to avoid going home early and eating by themselves, the two teachers Meng and Yu, who had consecutive two-day meetings, finally had a day off from meetings on the third day. But when they picked up their lesson plans, stood on the podium with dedication, and prepared to show their passion as “gardeners,” they were dismayed to find that the flowers they had planted with so much effort were no longer the same flowers…

“Teacher Meng, will this be on the exam?”

“What’s the probability?”

“What knowledge point should we combine it with?”

“Is the question difficult or easy?”

“Does it usually appear in the fill-in-the-blank section or the essay section?”

“Is it possible to be the last question?”

Meng Zhijian: “…” Jiang Fuyue, what have you done to my “flowers”?!

The classroom progressed steadily, and the private notebook was circulated and copied into a frenzy. 

Liu Bowen, taking advantage of being the natural seatmate of the academic superstar, occasionally added some content to it, and after a lap around the class, it would be serialized in sync in less than half a day.

Hou Siyuan stopped vomiting, and the other classmate stopped fainting. The restless and anxious atmosphere in the class gradually calmed down.

It seemed that the notebook was the source of their confidence. With it in hand, they felt like they could conquer the world.

The most obvious change was in the spirit of the physics competition class. It was not just renewed, it was turned upside down.

Meng Zhijian and Yu Wenzhou watched all of this, feeling both amazed and ashamed.

After all that effort, the two of them combined couldn’t compare to what Jiang Fuyue was capable of?

When Xu Jing found out, he scolded Meng Zhijian before praising Jiang Fuyue, “You truly are a great seedling that I personally discovered!”

Meng Zhijian thought to himself, “How shameless of you, praising someone and also including yourself in it…”

However, Zhao Tiejun had a different perspective, “Predicting the test questions? It’s easy to say, but how many internet-famous teachers have accidentally guessed right on a few questions?”

The office suddenly fell silent.

“Such a young age, not solidly learning knowledge and instead taking shortcuts, it’s really impressive!” Zhao Tiejun continued.

“Is Director Zhao talking about me?” Jiang Fuyue walked in at that moment, carrying her bookbag on her right shoulder and clasping the strap with one hand. She looked at him with slightly curved eyes, as if she was smiling but not.

“Ahem…” Zhao Tiejun cleared his throat and nearly choked.

He didn’t really want to argue, it was just a casual remark. Who would have thought…

Jiang Fuyue didn’t look away, she walked straight to Xu Jing’s desk and said, “Teacher, I’m here to pick up the papers.”

“Oh, right! There are two copies in there, the A envelope is yours and the B envelope is for Ling Xuan. Can you take it to him on your way?” Xu Jing replied.

“Sure. I’ll go now.”

As she passed by Zhao Tiejun, she paused and said, “Director, have you heard a saying before?”

“What?” Zhao Tiejun met the girl’s clear eyes, feeling a bit guilty.

She’s actually a good kid, he just tends to be serious and not good at praising people…

Jiang Fuyue tilted her head and smiled at him: “This saying is called – no matter if it’s a black cat or a white cat, catching mice is a good cat.”


“By the way, guess how many questions I can get right?”


“It’s okay, I’ll let Teacher Meng tell you when the test paper comes out.” Innocent and naive.

“Okay!” Meng Zhijian immediately took over.

Zhao Tiejun: What a good kid? I take it back! Take it all back! Hmph!

Time flies and in the blink of an eye, the first round of the physics competition is here…

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