mediocre

got my first sem grades already. they were neither good nor bad. they’re mediocre grades and i am not happy about them. i am actually at the verge of crying because i am not used to receiving these kinds of grades. plus the fact that i was not able to meet the required average to avail the 50% discount on tuition fee. o my. o my. and i’m going to meet again the prof who gave me my lowest grade (in persons) in my oblicon subject, which is a 5-unit subject. hay.
good vibes please. i need good vibes to start my second sem right.

another post before the month is over

i’ve got nothing to share really. my life is pretty normal, everything’s routinary as far as i can recall. a few attempts to make my life less than that never made it to step 2.

so it’s sembreak finally. almost two weeks without law-related readings, although i am forced to memorize the bill of rights in preparation of our consti 2 prof, who, according to her students, is a terror one. aside from that, no law school stuff until november 3. i’m writing again, which is of course work-related, well except for this post, which is my way of delaying the submission of the many articles that i need to write.

the sem was a good one. i met new friends. i belong to a small group, which is typically me. (i don’t like belonging to a big circle with lots of loud people.) here are my law school friends:

most of my classmates are younger than i am, so they call me “ate.” we started around 50+ in class. when the sem ended, we were only 42.

as with the grades, o well, i have yet to find out next week. (please God, help me pass on all of my subjects. and my friends and classmates too!)

i had a hard time adjusting because of my many priorities in life. (there came a point when my writing career was already suffering, i could not meet the deadlines. i had only three hours of sleep. i was always in a bad mood. thank God that i have a very patient and understanding husband. thank God that my little girl has a patient yaya. thank God that my parents are super supportive of my studies.) plus, i was not used to memorizing even back in high school, college, and officership training program in bpi. my memory was that bad it came to a point when i knew i studied and memorized the entire thing and then came the exam and i was unable to remember even a single line that i memorized.

they said i only need to practice my memory. so when finals came, i really tried hard to memorize and recite over and over the provisions that i needed to memorize. and my memory did not fail me! (thank God!)

so there. i’m still waiting for my final grades to come out. hoping that i get an average of at least 85 to get 50% discount on tuition fee.

i am excited for next sem. and the next semesters to come. i am excited to take the bar exams and become a lawyer.

as for my routinary schedule, i am thinking to make my life a little bit exciting everyday. any suggestions how to do it?