AHHHH FANFICTION HAS ME HIGH CAUSE SNAPE IS SO FREAKING HOT YAYYYYY!
teehee. i'm so glad exams are over. now i can indulge in fanfiction and but i'll have to attempt to ignore homework without getting into too much trouble.
anyway, i can't rmbr what i wanted to blog about so shall just try and recall how i've spent the last few days... only a very small portion of which i was asleep (bah i am so going to sleep for a full 48hours straight during the june holidays. oh how i wish they'll come faster)
anyway, hmms i finished a math paper for the first time in my 4years in nanyang. like i usually run out of time and end up with several questions undone or partially done. but for the first time ever, i actually finished everything :O on the downside, i also made lots of careless mistakes so that sort of kills the joy of it. what a jolly time for the powers that be to rain on my parade.
and physics on wednesday was quite bad, cause there was just too little time to prepare. lots of careless mistakes too, and almost didnt finish the paper. and usually the amount of time a person spends preparing for an exam is a lot more than the duration of the exam itself, but this time... it was only about 3-4hours more. which is quite pathetic considering some people (looks at the scary muggers) spend a few days preparing for an exam. but of course, that's how they do so well in the first place so kudos to them. i just cant mug anymore. my brain falls asleep and my subconscious goes off to hunt for a magical pixie horse to throw at pam.
anyway, after the paper half the class went to island creamery to celebrate the end of blocktest1 (finally!). randomed for heavenknows how long and with ice cream (mmmmm~). all things considered, it was quite a nice way to mark the end of the tests.
unfortunately, our teachers seem to be rather heartless and now there are chinese book reports, language art essays and math portfolio reflections to do. (note that they're all in the plural form.) oh well. i shall continue to do what i've always been so proficient in and ignore those giant blinking neon signs yelling DO YOU HOMEWORK. (they're in my head of course, which is honestly quite a frightening place)