Happy chemistry day
Well, isn’t as much as I would have wish for, but I’m maintaining my 20 points above the average of the class in chemistry. For an exam I struggled with, and left parts unanswered, 65% places me as the fith best student of the class. My teacher is happy, and impressed I achieved that in about a week of studies. I’m very satisfied with my grade considering all the obstacles I had to overcome before I could start learning this semesters notions.
As we’re now getting use to, as it happened at each of our one-on-one meetings, my chemistry teacher and I chitchatted away for about an hour after we reviewed my exam. The best part was him teaching me how to play Go, the oldest game in the world still played by its original set of rules. This popular Chinese game that I’ve contemplated learning for a while is now on my to-learn list. I’ve downloaded an app to play on my phone, missed my bus stop by far returning from school and have been joyous since.
Not to worry, I’ve been moving forward both in my chemistry, and math homework. I chipping away on my studies successfully, and should be weel set by the weekend. I also suggested to a student friend to little game of doing difficult questions in our chemistry homework to get ready for our final. The teacher gave his suggestions, and we will make sure to complete the questions by the end of the week. If we can’t do it on our own, we will ask the trachers help. Knowing that he’s expecting something from is an extra incentive to put in the extra work. This is so much fun!
Her and I are on the same page when it comes to learning — we adore it. The country where she’s from highly values education, and it’s a social status quest. Even if she doesn’t like this social climb since she’s very humble, I told her that her culture mentality will take her country out of poverty. As we’re entering the knowledge economy, lifelong learners will make the most of their career. Having found a new study budy to gain traction on my growth is awesome.
The discontent of my disagreement with R has subsided, and I can go back to the pleasure of going to school. It’s such a privilege to be paid to go to university. I’m trully blessed considering the tragedies that fill this world. I hope I can pay it forward as much as I can.
P.S. Happy Internationale Woman’s Day!