Thursday, September 3, 2009 @7:42:00 PM
You'll Never Walk Alone
The Day Before my Prelims
Though I'm guessing this is a little too late, better late then never. Well, never doesn't seem to be the right word I should be using. Perchance something else as I have blogged before in a bid to improve my English for my impending O Levels. Haha. This is what I have to say:
"Hey English, I'm just a little too not over you."
Anyway, in school today I was half asleep during all the lessons and felt quite worried that my Prelims and O's are just around the corner and I feel that I have not put in enough effort in preparing for them. E-maths was a bore, getting scolded for doing something I didn't do and him letting me go after school, after he had realised the mistake I made was a minor one. I was exasperated during Geography, hoping to be able to elude questions asked by the teacher as I had not done my homework. I was doing the chem exercise paper which was supposed to be handed in today but for some reason, we had no time and are to hand it in on Saturday. I'm not even able to make in on Saturday as I have my MT Prelim exam colliding with it. After recess, I had ENGLISH! Not something to be excited for though, as I loathe my English lesson. It's boring and my class usually does not get work done (All are Lazy) and thus, no way to learn and improve either. How I wish I could just crucify English. Haha! I emerged out of English looking dejected to only know I had chem and we were getting back the test we took a week ago. I was bemused to find out that I had gotten the first MCQ question wrong. That's like the simplest question one could ever get. Free two marks to anyone if it were to appear in the O Levels. I'm guessing I'm the only one who got it wrong in the whole cohort. Give it to a Secondary one student and he too probably might get it right.
Well, off to read Harry Potter to probably get some final minute feel of how to go about writing Narratives, something i'm about to try for the first time. Well, I can just hope all goes well tomorrow.
Till then, once again,