1. You overhear your brother boasting to your parents about another straight-A report card. You managed three As, but the rest were Bs and Cs. You:Go straight to your room, secretly pledging to raise the rest of your grades.Congratulate him and show off your three As (after all, three is better than none).Grab a pen from your backpack and carefully change the Bs and Cs to As.Corner your mother after dinner and argue that your brother has easier classes than you do (four periods of PE) and imply that he probably had to cheat for his grades. 2. Both you and your best friend are trying out for cheerleader. She asks you for help with her routine. You:Help her, but keep the best moves for yourself.Agree to help her, but only so you can check out her ideas.Refuse to help her at all. (She is competition.)Spend the next three weeks helping her instead of practicing your own routine. 3. At aerobics class you:Have a reserved place at the front of the gym.Try to out-workout the instructor.Do what you feel like and let the rest of the class imitate Jane Fonda.Bring your friends along for inspiration. 4. SAT scores come back and you didn't do as well as you'd hoped. You:Take the test every time it's offered until you get the highest score in school.Figure that your score is high enough to get you into the colleges you've applied to.Breathe a sigh of relief that it's finally all over -- regardless of your score.Try to pay off the SAT board. 5. The senior class president decides to throw a party the same night as the one you've been planning since the beginning of the year. You:Cut the power lines to her house on the night of the party and distribute alternate invitations to your party as the lights go off.Cancel the band, tear down the streamers and tell your friends your party's off.Go to her party and then plan an even bigger and better one for the next weekend.Go ahead with yours and let people decide whose they want to attend. 6. Your best friend, who dreams of being the next Emily Brontë, has entered an essay competition. Your English teacher suggests you enter it as well. You:Enter and let the judges decide who should win.Don't enter because your friend has her heart set on winning.Decide you wouldn't mind being a winner either and enter your strongest essay without telling your friend.Ask her what she thinks about your entering, and then decide. 7. A boy you'd die for has a favor to ask -- he wants you to ask your best friend if she'll go out with him. You:Don't ask her but tell him she said no.Try to talk him out of dating her.Ask her and report back to him. You figure even if he does go out with her, you could be friends.Tell him how you feel about him before you ask her. 8. After weeks of tryouts, it comes down to you and a six foot senior for captain of the school basketball team. You:Tell yourself you don't have a chance at five feet four inches and drop out, hoping for a soccer career instead.Wear platform high tops.Console yourself with the fact that you're quicker than she is and beat her on the dribble.Find her weak point and play on it. You'll at least get a spot on the team. 9. After sending your application off to the Oregon School of Forestry, your best friend tells you that she's planning to apply to Harvard. You:Get discouraged, skip college and go to Europe instead.Wish her luck but secretly hope she doesn't get in.Continue applying to the colleges with the best forestry courses whether they're Ivy League or not.Apply to all the Ivy League schools you can think of even though you'd rather be a forest ranger than a scholar. 10. You've held the school's 100-yard dash record for the past year. On the day of this year's race, your hottest rival can't find her track shoes and asks to borrow a pair of yours. You:Refuse and laugh as you watch her sprint down the track barefoot.Lend her your oldest pair -- the ones without any spikes.Start unlacing your pair.Hand her a pair and wish her luck. Time is Up!