you have stepped into
and i'm living like there's no tomorrow.
9:37 PM, Thursday, August 07, 2008
note: it's a full stop after the sentence, not an exclamation mark like 'school started!'
not feeling any excitement that a new chapter has started. my last chapter of schooling life has started.
naturally in university u will have more autonomy over what you want to study, plan your own timetable, maybe even plan for a semester overseas.
and this would mean i would have to be more independent, must think front think back, make decisions on my feet when everything is still in a whirl
well, i guess i am used to being spoon-fed.
weird i never used to realised that i was being spoon-fed in upper sec years or jc years.
but now i really can understand how much my teachers and tutors in the past have really done for us that make our lives back then much easier
buck up huixin!
hope this is just another one of those 'adapting phases' that would pass fast.
but what i miss most is going to lectures and tutorials with people whom i feel perfectly comfortable with, so comfortable that i never realised that this could be too much to ask for.
anyway i am on a three-day timetable week.
and the three days are not packed. at all.
my first reaction was yay wahahaa i only have to turn up for lessons on three days
but after much thinking realised it's not that good after all
it just means that i am so going to die next semester because it would be damn packed.
but that would be six months later from now
and there is pretty much nothing i can do about it for now
next monday would be the first tutorial class.
let me meet nice project mates.
kind of understood why my sister backed out from studying business last time
because business is really really really really project based
it's like i have a module with 60% is based on project work assessment
means is pretty much dependent on who i am going to meet and work with
let's see how it goes then
for now i am going have an early weekend break