Friday, 25 January 2008

h@lfw@y thr0ugh 2nD s3m..

All right.. It's halfway through the second semester now and my mid semester break is almost reaching its end.. Time to back to college!! Assignments are coming all the way now. Biology and English assignments are the one need to be done in 3 weeks time.

We had lots of lecturer switching at this moment...
My biology lecturer - Miss Zuraidah (the head of biology unit).. I just like her teaching which i can just get what she taught on the spot..
My biology tutorial - Madam Haliza (my block c felo).. So far, so good.....
My biology practical - Miss Fatimah.. Don't really know her well as she's new..

My chemistry lecturer - Mr Qamarul.. Hardly listen to him as he likes to hold the microphone far from himself.. Not really that good in explanation.. Still prefer Mr Saha.. hehe..
My chemistry tutorial - No changes.. Madam Siti Murni...
My chemistry practical - No changes.. Madam Amily Ziana..

My mathematic lecturer - Miss Oh.. Not bad, only my understanding towards math is bad..
My mathematic tutorial - Mr Ednel Ashraff.. He's cool and great... Tall lecturer..

My english lecturer - No changes.. Miss Nur Farita..
My informatic science lecturer - No changes.. Mr Hasnul Hadi..
My cocu lecturer - Miss Nor Faezah.. She's great!!!! We had handball and futsal before with her..

Saturday, 19 January 2008

2 bu$y w33ks !n kmj.....

Hola.. I'm back for my one week mid semester break now.. Before the break, i am having two very very busy weeks in kmj.. Packed schedule and hectic days were my companions...

Before my UPS (Ujian Pertengahan Semester), i am kinda busy with Voice Out Aloud (VOA) Club. We were planning the English festival which is coming soon after this break. I am in charge of drama competition which is not a very easy event but i will try my best to make it the best.. There are still other competitions like sports commentary, word hunt, tongue twister, karaoke, spelling bee and public speaking. Hopefully everything goes well. All the best to all my fellow committee team.. Besides planning for English fest, we did design our club t-shirt.. It was great to put our head together to design a t-shirt for ourselves.. Haha.. VOA committees rule!!!!

On 14th and 15th of January, we had our second UPS. On the first day, we had English, Mathematics and Biology/Physic/Account papers. When it was time for Math, i will have 'takut takut' feeling as I never have smooth and well moment doing it in most of my exams. But for this time, things did go better for me where i did answered all the questions with just a few mistakes which i never expect. This was really a relieve for me after the Math hour. On the second day, I took Chemistry and English listening papers only. I did quite some silly mistakes on the Chemistry paper anyway, crossing my fingers not to deduct lots of my mark. For English listening, it was the worst i had so far. The audio system was so not cool and I hardly listen word by word... We were just looking at each other after the recording... Blank face....

Exams over and here comes all the tutorials and lectures back to normal immediately. It was like we forgot everything about the UPS and continue our lesson. That's matriculation life.. Anyone thinks that was cool? It's really hard to handle. No matter how, I still take it as a discipline to train myself for any other tougher time ahead. Not like most of
the people in kmj, i did my work as anyone else, done my assignment on time, attending my co-curriculum, dealing with VOA and bulletin club. I learn a lot to put myself good in those hectic situation and take it as an experience. Sometimes i did felt pressure was surrounding me, but so far so good by now which I am kinda proud of myself. These were most of my life attempt I had for the first time leaving home and still going ahead.

For my one week break, I may take some of my time to relax and pamper myself to get enough rest. To gain and conserve my energy so that I can boost it when I go back to kmj.. There are still tonnes of thing awaiting me to be done. Looking forw
ard for more excitement of life back in kmj since I still have 3 months left over there. I will miss the place, the people and the atmosphere of pre-college life. University life may not be the same as what I am experiencing now. In conclusion, I am living my life to the max now.. People out there, do not be afraid to enjoy...


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