Axver (axver) wrote,
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Exams. I hate exams. HATE WITH A BLOODY PASSION.

Maths C was today. Remarkably easy, to be perfectly honest, although, as with nearly every Maths C test, it was quite time consuming and not everyone finished. I got up to the last question just as the bell went, and in the few extra minutes we were given, I wrote down some nonsense that should get me a mark or two. I'm not terribly confident going into tomorrow's problem solving exam, but now I think I know what will be on it. Leslie and Transition Matrices didn't show up on the knowledge exam today, so they're sure to appear tomorrow. You can bet on it.

My Maths B knowledge exam is also tomorrow. I hope it won't be too hard. I think I know enough to scrape by with a decent enough mark, but I'm nervous. The problem solving exam on Monday will be even harder. I also definitely have to do the Modern History exam on Tuesday, so I'll be studying hard over the weekend. It's on the French colonisation of Indochina and the Vietnam War. Fascinating stuff, and it's made me a bit more interested in it, but I can't say it overly interests me. I would love to do the Korean War, though. It sure would be a good excuse to watch copious amounts of M*A*S*H!

This weekend, I'll also be doing heaps of German study. I have so many flaming new words to learn. I hate it. This has all been sprung on us so suddenly, and then my teacher had a go at me today because I hadn't done my homework. I'm trying to bloody learn the new crap, and I've been too busy with maths to even do that. Why do teachers think it's their right to demand heaps and heaps? They act like their subject is the most important one and it must be done, or that it's in isolation and no other subjects exist. I'm so bloody busy. 2-3 weeks ago, life was sweet. I only had a couple of assignments to worry about, and then suddenly we got all these exams thrust upon us with barely any warning. GRR.

In completely unrelated matters, Mum's going to ask to borrow a digital camera off her boyfriend's sister tonight, under the premise of taking and sending photos to relatives in NZ, which is true. I was trying to think of why we should want to borrow the camera and came up with that, and it's actually not such a bad idea. Hopefully she'll be able to borrow it, and I'll take photos and post them here. Just one thing: how do I post pictures on LJ? I should check the LJ FAQ. Might go do that now.
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