The Trig test was a really difficult one. She stayed true to her promise. I'm not angry at her though, because she gave us very specific pointers to review. I'm the one at fault. I fell asleep (as usual) while solving. Well, I guess I did my best. I listened in class, so at least something got retained. I just hope that my review for radioactive wasn't in vain. I seriously hope I got that number right.
THE was a torture to the hands. After asking us a million times to explain the stages of labor, does she really expect us to want to go through with it? I mean, thanks mom, for going to through the pain and the rupture of the amniotic sac, then the show -- a blood-tinged mucus is excreted as they make an incision through your perineum and the baby's crown comes out of your cervix blah blah blah. I really need to know that. I really need to write that about a hundred times. I really need to know the symptoms of a pregnant woman or the characteristics of a dysfunctional family or the description of a newborn baby. I really need to know the stupid APGAR test. I really need to know all of that.
Filipino was its usual. I just wished I had memorized more. It was like the being asked to enumerate and identify everything in your notebook. I guess I needed to have studied early on for that one. Computer was tricky. Lian finished it in 5 minutes. No kidding. The entire classroom was empty in twenty minutes. But in all honesty, I'm not sure of my answers there. I guess the always true /sometimes true/ never true type never worked for me.
Now, I'm here resting. I'm going to take a nap and start reviewing for Economics. I need all the reviewing I can get. I don't want to flunk. And really, I might actually. Grrr... I wish were more like Meggie, the Economics goddess. She totally understands it all. I, on the other hand, can barely grasp the stupid concept. And I'm careless. The greatest combination of all. Here's to our last day of studying for our LAST ever First trimestral exams!!! Next year, I'll be worried about midterms and all that college jazz.
But now, I'm off to bed.