Anyway, this reminds me of something I wanted to write about the new computer-based GRE test. It's computer adaptive, which means the questions you get are dependent on how well you answer preceding questions. The more questions you answer correctly, the more difficult a test you get. You cannot go back to change an answer or fill something in that you previously left out. I'm not too thrilled about this. OTOH, you can still take a paper-based GRE, but you have to wait several weeks for your scores. (Unofficial scores are available immediately after you take the computer-based GRE, and the official scores are available after a week or two.)
Piano practice is starting to take up a lot of time. Knight Ruppert has proven to be somewhat challenging. I have to play everything really slowly to get both the proper fingering and technique. I'm also working on an arrangement for four pianists (on two pianos) of Bach's Minuet in G. The fingering is somewhat awkward because I have to use two hands in places where I would normally use one. My teacher had originally assigned me parts 1 and 3, but she decided she wanted a couple of her other students to play those parts, so now I'm working on parts 2 and 4. I'm actually wondering if we'll ever perform this; there hasn't been any mention of an adult recital. If I start feeling like I'm neglecting some of the other things I want to do (like French), I might try to postpone working on the Bach.