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Hello one and all! What did you think of Sunday’s guest post, written by Theo? If you haven’t read it yet, you definitely should!
I’ve been very absent over the last few weeks, however I’m now back and in exam mode so watch out – there may be more posts than normal now! In fact, my first exam is at 2pm today and I really just want to get it over with. While I moan and grumble about mornings, I much prefer to get the exam out of the way, have a relaxing lunch, and start back into the studying in the afternoon.
I felt like talking to you all today, but don’t really know what it is I want to talk about. There are book reviews I need to write, tags I need to do that I’ve been tagged in, I watched quite a few different films and tv series while I was home, and yet I can’t bring myself to write about any of them. Strange, isn’t it?
In all honest, I’ve no idea what I’m doing writing this post. My first exam in in 14 hours and 11 minutes now (or 2pm on Monday 24th April) and I’m scared.
I went to all the lectures, I did all the continual assessment, heck I even set myself “homework” each week of practice questions. I’ve been revising, I’ve done all the past papers I possibly can, and I know my notes almost off by heart. So why am I nervous?
These exams are the ones I messed up badly last year. Heck, I got H2 as my grade in this maths paper last year; I didn’t even know that grade existed! So today is more than just getting a pass. It’s proving to myself that I was right to come back to university and give it another go. It’s proving I’m not a waste of space, I’m not a failure.
So cross your fingers for me, touch a rabbit’s foot, touch wood, say a prayer, whatever. Just wish me luck today please.
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