Thursday, January 3, 2013

The Second Day of School

I've totally forgotten about having a blog <- A result of ignoring my blog throughout last year.

Anyway today is the second day of school and I was admitted into the Pure Science class. Dunno why but my school has set that every SPM candidate is only allowed to take 9. SPM-ist. This is very much unfair to those who wanted to take 10. How did I know? Here-

Me: Cikgu, boleh tak kalau saya nak ambil Seni sebagai subjek tambahan biarpun saya kelas Sains Tulen?
Teacher: Hrmm nanti saya bincang dengan Pengetua.
Me: Saya sanggup stay lepas sekolah nak ambil kelas seni.
Teacher: .....
Teacher: Oh maaflah, cikgu lupa yang sekolah ni dah tetapkan maksima 9 subjek sahaja.


Or as what Halim said, Classist. Other school was like, "Hey people, we got to take max 10 subjects ahahaha." and our school? (Student rampage right now)

My school system is really weird, seriously. Kalau skolah lain kan ada option sains satu ke dua kan? Sekolah ni dah tetapkan pelajar masuk kelas sains mana pastu aliran sains tulen kena ambil Physic, Chemistry, Add Maths, and get to choose either the final extra subject to be Biology or Account Principle.

Heh, cikgu Prinsip Akaun tu suka memaki budak jadi sumer pilih Bio tapi tadi cikgu Bio macam threaten pelajar (mungkin sebab nak seimbangkan bio ngan PA), dia bagi tunjuk Bio chapter 2 pastu sumer cam nak pindah ke Prinsip Akaun.

Sumer orang dah keliru, unlike me, I was like

Okay fine I was unsure either. I don't in particular like Account and Biology is awesome but those frogs and insects part... But in the end I still chooses Biology ohoho.

During history lesson, the teacher chooses person randomly to discuss to current topic in front of the class. I was very certain the teacher was going to choose me so I made a preparations note earlier. In my mind, "Ko boleh buat. Tahun ni Sabirah takkan nervous lagi, ini ialah Sabirah yang baru!"

And BAM, she chose me!

And when I head to the front of the class, ambik nervous gila cam orang nak kahwin. Rasa mcam tak guna note aku, sumer point aku hentam terabur.

^ Basically how I felt when in front of the class ^

By the way, I received a lot of wonderful threatening glares from my classmates when the history teacher mistook my question: "Teacher, do we need to prepare notes for History?" for "Do we need to do notes for today's lesson?" instead.

Guess that's all to talk about today.

P/S: If Ainin is reading this, Happy Birthday for tomorrow :D Best of Luck for 2013.

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