Ahhhhh.. Okay.. Going mad from waiting for the next two exams to roll around. Had a lovely evening out last night at a friends and seem to have lost ALL sense of urgency or whatever it is that you have when you’re studying for exams.
I think that this isn’t a good thing..
Anything, Latin.. I think that I am one of like less than two hundred students doing it for the Leaving.. If anyone out there does it, leave a comment, we’re practically extinct and I want to know how comprehensive your history notes are..
For people who want to know what exactly is the Latin subject and exam all about.. Well it’s basically divided into two parts, history and language. That’s all you really need to know.. oh and I have to learn off 500lines of Latin and their translation.. Whooop!
Hmm.. I am also super duper boring these days.. All that there is to talk about is how I did or did not study.. I’ve tried making timetables, lists, guilt inducing posters… Nothing works. I think I’m going to try and stick to Chemistry tomorrow (and perhaps glance on those 500 lines of Virgil occasionally) but the Chemistry is panicking me a bit now.. Like I can’t deny that I didn’t have an AMAZING teacher.. But bits of the course bore me to tears and just seem like a horrific hassle and so I might try to avoid them.. like the theory in the water chapter.. Not a fan. I also think that the history and all that is completely useless and just is put in to screw with our hears. Hiss hiss grumble grumble. Anion tests.. Oh Anion tests. I have somehow managed to take a “mental picture” on the Anion summery page in book and hopefully my brain won’t fail me and I’ll be able to vomit that back up on Tuesday ( I use lovely imagery I do).
Anyway.. Back to the Cicero transtlations.
As a parting note; TOGA TOGA TOGA!
(and how to wear one… giant toga party anyone?)