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April 20, 2008

Exam crisis cycle

I didn't have a good series of exam last year, especially the bit right after Easter.

I decided not to visit my aunt in Cambridgeshire (so no hair cut and home cooking) just to get some more 'revision time' but on the same time I spent my last two week of the holiday in a placement in school. So I really don't have much time but procastination took over the weeks.

I suppose to do revision without school. School is fun but tiring. Revision progress doesn't look good. I can't say anything. It is actually quite worrying, just like last year. I expected some sort of cycle, not one in school (i.e. carbon cycle, nitrogen cycle, water cycle, or even motor cycle, none of them was encountered in the school I did my placement in).

Everything happens all over again, with heavier consequences. I REALLY need to get 60% in all of them, especially the two I have most trouble with (maths!). OUCH! All due to lack of commitment time during ... most of the time! (even I attend all of my lectures except quite a few which I can count with a single hand) Maybe I should start missing lecture intentionally, not! Looks like I should have done some revision during the first two terms but still, OH NO!

Time to get on!! (p.s. sorry for the unnecessarily excessive exclamination marks!)

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