adj. a laboratory sciences practical exam, usually given by overtly anally-retentive science professors who hold onto the fallacy
that competence is demonstrated not from careful analysis, but lightning
fast calculations. Anyone who excels
bell-ringers, has been trained to be so overconfident about their calculations, that they never recheck their numbers, and stands a good chance at eventually killing someone
or something by over-administering some fatal dose
because of their hubris.