I'M STILL HERE
Yes, hello! It has been a long while, I'm aware. I wasn't sure when to update this, so I kept putting it off. But I'll briefly write an update of what's happened over the past three months and then how I'm currently going!
I got a brutal amount of holiday homework for English, by the time I finished I had around 6000 words done. Luckily, I did pace myself and create a schedule which I adhered to for the most part, so it wasn't as troublesome as it could have been. I completely forgot to revise for Japanese, which probably wasn't a good idea, but it's okay. I'll make up for it soon enough. I finished the physics questions relatively quick and I procrastinated chemistry like all hell. No homework for history though, which was great!
Right now, chemistry is by far the subject which will fuck me up. I'm simply not that interested in it, especially not compared to physics. My understanding in chem is lacking, but then again, so is my teacher's willingness to teach. Surprisingly enough, I am enjoying methods! I know, me, enjoying methods? Well, it happens. The lessons are structured very well and I'm both learning and not feeling dumb at exactly the same time! Physics is fascinating, but really hard. I am starting from scratch in both chemistry and physics, so I hope with a regular study routine and a loss of pride in myself for not needing to ask questions, I can get back on track. Japanese is boring most of the time, I'm in a combined class and I have to just sit there and watch Year 11s get taught about ことができます and such. At least I'm friends with most of the year 11s and I get to win all the games! English is also viscerally boring, but there's no redeeming factor about that. I enjoy history very very much, and that's all I can really say about it.
I've done my first SAC in chem and I think I fucked it up- it's alright though, I'll get there.
Hopefully, I can start updating somewhat reguarly so they don't end up being this long and I don't end up being so tired when writing them. Catch you later!