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Tests.

This week was just a week of tests.





General Paper Test.

It looks simple and sounds simple but it's not. Because this is general paper, the questions were general and you really didn't know what to study for. I mean, there was a question on the importance of technology to celebrities. And I was like, how am I suppose to answer that.

Not only that, there's a little vocabulary section which tests our vocabulary. And dang, my I realized that my vocabulary sucks.

Economics Test.


Eventhough, I studied economics in high school but the economics in high school are just basic stuff. Here, in college, there's just so much more information, details and extensions that I had never heard of before. Personally, I like economics but oh my gosh, the questions here are quite tough. sigh. But atleast, it's multiple choice questions, so it isn't that bad.

Law Test.

It was just 2 essays in one hour. So yea, time management problem. I mean, how the hell am I suppose to write an essay in half and hour or two essays in one hour. I mean, an essay in one hour is reasonable but two essays? I don't think so. So yea.

Doing law test was like trying to cook a gourmet steak dinner under 5 minutes which is practically freaking impossible. So yea, I would like to see my score for law. I know it'll suck though.

Business Studies Test.


Hmmm....this test was actually pretty tough. I mean, some questions are quite tricky. And worst part is, it's short structure questions. If business studies was a multiple choice question test, trust me, I would do so much better. But it wasn't, so yea....

You can kinda guess that I didn't do pretty good. sigh.

Accounting Test.

Oh my gosh, I just do not like this subject at all. Even though, the test was multiple choice questions, I know I didn't do good because I really didn't know how to count most of the crappy stuff. But I was lucky though, there was a bunch of questions which I have done before in my accounting workbook and I discussed it with my lecturers. So I kinda knew the answers for those questions. That was just the only lucky thing.


I would really like to see my results. I hope that they won't suck too bad. sigh.

Looks like I will have to really study.

But the hard thing about A'levels is that, the way of answering questions is subjective and you have to apply your knowledge to the questions. I mean, it's not like a direct question with a direct answer. It's just all so subjective so I'm not really sure how to really answer these questions.

SIGH.

This is just test 1. I heard rumors that there will be a test 2 in a month. yes, a month. These people don't know how to give us a break.

LE SIGH.

Comments

JayAl said…
U had did ur best, dun wory.;)
Happy "Sam" said…
OMG !!
pitty for you ya !!!
But don't worry !!
I belief you !!!

You can do it !
haha !!

You are welcome !!
I also busy and happy !!
You also busy too !!

Important is remember our dream !!
Our Heart Desires !!
Your "Dares to do before I hit the buck"

Nothings can stop you !!
GO Go Go ~~
HEHE !!!

You can do it !!
I can do it !!
We can do it !!
^_^

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