Assalamualaikum wr wb.
Two weeks plus plus had gone from the last time I posted. Wow, last two weeks was amazing—full of sadness, inability, and illness. It’s like the kind of weeks that Daniel Powter may say “bad weeks”. Anyway, I learned a lot from it, and those two weeks really made my feel a lot better than before.
For the first time since I became a college student, I was so ill that I was unable to be present in class. It was just those standard kind of disease! Flu, headache, asthma, cough, fever… But yesterday I can’t take control of those combination anymore. So I decided to absent and went to the doctor. It’s such a fortunate that I have a very kind and caring mother to accompany me and take me there. Alhamdulillah🙂
Yeah, lesson learned: don’t forget to sleep A LOT after a mid test week.
Now my mind is as light as a lightweight component. Ha-ha😉. Thanks to great help of greatest friends: ade-aqid, ipeh, yosmarina, nichan, dita, danang, tiara, feby, et al.
Speaking of lightweight component, then we speak of Java, and we speak of subjects (okay, I know I’m compelling… :p)
This semester’s mid test is bad. From 7 subjects I take this semester, 4 of them had issued the results, which are highly varied, from great to poor results. Not to mention that my lecturer in other subject told us that the average of our mid test is under expectation so that there will be a lot of quizzes to fix it. Darn it!
What is worst is Calculus. The result of this subject’s mid test is officially the worst I have ever gotten since I enter college. Limit and derivative are nightmare! Unfortunately these topics are very applicable in one kind of computer branch I’m interested in right now.
branch—Branch If Not Equal? =p
Back to topic, I think it’s what you’ve got if you’re apathetic at the lecturer. I was too apathetic—since I think the method of her teaching wasn’t very nice, but it’s me—the student—who should be used of the lecturer’s teaching method.
And there might be also an X factor why I failed that Calculus test… A kind of logic and feeling factor🙂
I know some people think that scores are not important. Yes, it may won’t affect much in your job anyway, but there’s always a kind of satisfactory feeling if you get great grades. It makes your parents proud, it eases your way to get scholarships.
Well, that’s all I want to share. Sorry if the English are bad—I’m trying to apply English in writing if I can.
Keep smiling, keep shining, get ready to face the new world!
Wassalamualaikum wr wb