Skip to main content

2nd Semester Test.

This week I had my semester test. That isn't good for me because I haven't studied. Heck, I didn't even know I was going to have a semester test until I found out last week. Everyone was studying last week and I wondered why, then, a friend told me that we're having a test next week.
Shit, I need to study, don't I?


~Basic Enonomics

So, on Monday, I had Basic Economics and Moral. Economics has always been a piece of cake however this time, I screwed up at one part. And that's the part with the most marks. *sighs* I screwed up at the demand and price graph.

Moral was hard because I didn't memorise the keywords for some of the moral values.
(I wonder, why must we take a Moral test? Taking a moral test will not make us morally good people.)


~English Language
~Accounting Principles

English was always a piece of cake. It's quite simple however I think there's a mistake in the cloze passage because I couldn't find an answer for one question...or is it just me?

Accounts was frusfrating because I couldn't balance out the trial balance. (Actually, my entire class couldn't balance it out.) Gosh, I really hate unbalanced accounts.

Science was hard because of all the chemistry stuff. I'm not too good at chemistry. Too much substances, too much theories and stuff to remember. *sigh*



I studied history last minute.(Wait, I study everything last minute.) It was quite easy because I could actually understand and answer the questions. So history was a no sweat test.


~Additional Mathematics

Oh god, my two worst subject on a single day. Time to prepare for my doom...*sigh* Anyway, I totally screwed up Add Maths eventhough I studied it. When I stared into the paper, I completely forgot the symbols, formula's and equations. So, I was pretty much doomed in Add Maths. I knew I flunk that paper.

Mathematics however was a different story. I thought Maths would be another killer but I'm wrong. In fact, it was quite okay. I could answer the questions without much hassle. Man, Maths seems like a baby compared to Add Maths.
(PS : I didn't study Maths...)

Conclusion :

I think the test was quite okay. Even so, I still hate test, exams and studying.
But still, I gotta study for my year that my grades won't suck.

i hate exams Pictures, Images and Photos

studying sucks Pictures, Images and Photos

Lies High School Tells You Pictures, Images and Photos
(LOL at this quote...but I find it kinda true.)


Luffy Sam said…
haha !!!

Small small study scard exam ...
Work already lazy to go work ...and want to go back school.
Old already want to work cannot ....and everyday enjoy boring ....

Human is like that ...
This is call life .
When got .. 100% don't love it ..
When no got .. then said want ...

So become human is like that ...
really funny de.

Want = don't want
Don't want = want.
Call you all see red light don't across !!!
No people listen
guitargirl said…
LOL @ that last icon.

"These will be the years you look back on fondly."

With people telling stressed-out high school kids that all the time, is it no wonder so many of them are comitting suicide? ;) HAHA! *Ahem*

Thanx for the comment on my Hershey post. After seeing the nice work of some of these people, I'm beginning to think I need a LOT more practice than I had originally hoped ;)

Take care & good luck on ur exams...
Anonymous said…
LOL.. hahaha :)

Popular posts from this blog

Much Ado About Our Healthcare

During this week, something terrible but hilarious when you looked back, happened to me.

It was a normal Monday morning. It was close to the end of the month, so I was awaiting for my salary to come in. I was just trying to just hold on till the end of the month. Typical monday. Nothing eventful yet.

Then, it was lunchtime.
I went to lunch with my colleagues.
I ordered myself a lovely nasi kukus with ikan keli. That means steamed rice with catfish for those of you who don't read malay. 

One of my colleague often order this and it always looked good so I decided to give it a try.

Bad mistake.

I ended up having a fishbone stuck in my throat. When you think of it, it's pretty silly. But it scared the living daylights out of me at that moment. I tried swallowing rice to push the fishbone down but after half a bowl later, I found it to be not working.

I heard from my dad when I was younger that, if a fishbone get stuck in your throat, you had to do an operation. And that only fueled my fea…

Design Thinking and Steve Jobs

This is going to be a long post and I apologize. 

Anyway my department meeting yesterday talked about design thinking and it only reminded me of Steve Jobs.

I have always loved Apple and Steve Jobs. I know Steve Jobs wasn't the greatest guy ever. He could have been nicer and etc. But this is not about that. This is about his vision, his beliefs and philosophy. I never quite realised how much I believed in Steve Jobs philosophy until I sat down and thought about it. 

I admired Steve Jobs philosophy of design first. I don't know if he was the first guy who made design thinking into a thing. Or if he is the one who popularize that thinking?

Minimalism. Simplicity. Clean. Aesthetics. User friendly. He made sure Apple designs abide by this. And this is what I have always loved about Apple. He made technology sexy, beautiful and cool. 

I never quite realised that I, myself, believed in these values.

But today, as I sat down and think, I realised that, the older I grow, the more I have tu…

Dear me,

I watched an anime where a girl managed to write a letter to her past self of ten years. True, that's not possible in reality but the concept of that is interesting. She wrote to her ten years younger self to avoid her regrets. She wanted her past self to change certain decisions in the past so that her current self won't have any regrets.

Personally, I wouldn't want to tell my past self to change her decisions to avoid regrets. Do I have regrets? Yes. But I won't change them because I learnt from them. And that has been grow as a person. So I don't quite regret that.

However, if I could write a letter to my past self, it would be fun. If I were to write to my ten years younger self, that would be my 13 year old self. And this is what I would love to say.

Dear me,

Hello there. This is your 23 year old self. I know, it's unbelievable. You can barely imagine yourself at that age currently. 
I still remember being 13. Vaguely. My memory isn't that great.

But I remem…