So if you didn't know yet (although I wouldn't blame you as I never really publicly announced my enrollment bc I didn't want to come across as arrogant bc I'm only doing this programme bc of the JPA bursary wow that's a lot of bc) , I'm currently feeling my way through Sem 2 of… Continue reading Sem 2 and what not
I feel more than a little better today 🙂 This morning in Physics, I didn't face much difficulty answering the questions on waves (which I missed many lessons of due to my hospitalization) and I even managed to give the correct answer to a question most of my friends were struggling with (maybe they didn't… Continue reading Feb 24th
I had the answer that no one else had to a math proving question today.Maybe they did have the answer, but I voiced out mine. Too bad, it's mine. Anyway, although hesitant and doubtful, I had the answer to a Math PROVING question today. And DAMN did it felt good. Even now, approximately 5 hours after… Continue reading Little Things
6 weeks (?) in (IB) and I have so much to share but no words and no starting point. I have been told twice in the past week that listing is a great tool, so I'll try that. Blessed. I feel so, so blessed to have made this choice. The people I am surrounded with… Continue reading Mid sem!
And I hope that 2 years from now, whenever someone asks me "How was IB? Was it hard?", I'd look them straight in the eye and say "Hard is an understatement. But man, it was the fucking best two years of my life"
Since it is only week 2 since the start of the programme last week on the 13th of July 2016, I'm still able to title this post as 'week 2'. But as time goes by, I probably won't bother to check the calendar to see how much time has passed. Therefore, we'll hopefully see more… Continue reading During: Week 2
I think there needs to be a certain amount of inclination towards whatever you want to do- what degree to pursue, what job to land, what life to lead, to actually do it and be a rockstar at it. And that's why I can't decide what I want to do. I have an inclination towards… Continue reading Before: To IB or not to IB