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Saturday, October 2, 2010

Busy like a bee


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Brain activities

Trying to understand trigonometry and complex numbers

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Tied up with a purple hair band


Purple and white striped cloth belt


Hello kittens,


I’ve been busy lately, with long days at the University starting at 7.45 am until 6 pm on certain days; sometimes with 7 classes a day. At first, I was dreading that it would be quite horrid, since I’ve never liked electrical engineering, and I’d struggled with maths the whole time I was in MFI, but now that I’ve been going to class for a month, I’ve come to realize that it’s not really that bad.

Sure, I have lots of subjects, but so far most of the stuff they teach us in class are the things we’ve already learned in MFI. It wasn’t so clear the first time around, but now that we’re seeing it all for the second time, I think I’m actually beginning to understand.

All the lecturers are really nice, especially Madame Genoud, the maths lecturer. She makes maths look so simple, and what’s more, I actually understand when she’s explaining! We have a maths test this coming Wednesday; I’ve been revising for it in the hopes that perhaps, for the first time in a long time, I won’t fail maths.

The workload is quite heavy, what with all the tutorials and lab sessions that need preparing. Not to mention the presentation I still haven’t gotten around to preparing for the French Culture and Communications class. That doesn’t mean to say that I don’t have any time for other things, it’s just that, I tend to get distracted so easily, and my studying sessions are always interrupted by snack breaks every 15 minutes, or a funny video on YouTube, which inevitably leads to a second and third video...so on and so forth.

If only I could focus. I’m pretty sure if I could focus all of my attention to getting the tutorial exercises and revision done, I’d be really frikkin efficient, and then I’d suddenly have so much extra time to do all sorts of interesting, fun stuff.

Obviously this is not happening right now, because even as I’m typing this, I have my maths notes opened up in front of me. I don’t really recall at which point I stopped studying and started blogging because the transition was so smooth and unnoticeable. But this is OK, because I’ve already finished reading all the notes for trigonometry and complex numbers. Now, if I could only bring myself to actually do a few of the exercises...

But I won’t think about that right now, because I must cook up some spaghetti and finish up the sauce that I opened up earlier this week before it goes bad.

1 comment:

drifter said...

I feel you man.. It just can't be helped.

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