Myyyyyyyh. SO. I just spent over six hours working on my English matriculation examination. Seriously, there's six hours for the test, and I still would have needed at least 30 minutes more. Gah! I didin't got to finish my essay propely, I mean I should have cheked it for typos and so on and make sure I marked the word count right but noooooooo I ran out of time and I was sooooo stressed and tired and horrible headache and gaaarrrh!
But I think I did okay, tho it was the most difficult fucking test I've ever had. It's meant to be, but still. I'm just glad that it's over and I no longer have to study english, ever. Now I can relax 'till fall,
I have my English matriculation examination coming up in about a month, and I'm a wreck already, tho I know I'll get through it okay. I stress 'cause I'm too ambitious to accept any other than the best possible result which is L. (L=A or 10).
Oh and just to explain a few things: I am working on a dual qualification AKA double degree. So I'm studying in two schools in the same time: I have my business economis studies in vocational school and then there's high school studies, and in the end of 2016, I'll get my vocational school diploma and also partial high school certificate. It's tough, but it's worth it. Better chances with postgraduate s
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