EXAM IN THE CONSTITUITION
•examination: a set of questions or exercises evaluating skill or knowledge; " The word exam represents the Constitutitution, because when taking a exam students, tend to dig deep into their knowledge, and second think their answer. The students remind me of the colonists, always having to think creatively in order to override England. A example would be, The Boston Tea Party. Throughout this act the Colonists had to think creatively. They did this by dressing up like Indians. I believe out of the many Colonists who where apart of The Boston Tea Party, rethought this act. They might of rethought this, because they where frightened by what the British may do.