My REAL age.
By all indications, I'm 21 years and seven months old. At least that's what it says on my birth certificate.
However, after taking the RealAge test, I received quite the surprise. I thought that since my stress level is relatively high and I already put over 14,000 miles on my car in eight months, they'd say my "real" age was somewhere in the 30s or 40s. Not the case.
16.2? I was shocked, to say the least. I drive more than 150 miles per week, and last semester with my internship it was pushing 500. I have an insane schedule with work, my college activities, and my classes. But there are actually quite a few factors making my "real" age younger.
I try to eat right and exercise as much as I possibly can, so that was probably a big factor. I just thought it was very interesting that my "real" age was lower than my actual age!
What makes it even more ironic is the fact that up until about a week ago, I actually did look like I was 16 (and, yes, I actually heard this from several people). Thankfully, the braces are now off and I look more like a college student than a high school student.
Anyway, this test explains why I'm not ready to graduate from college. I'm only 16 years old, after all!