ahem i really dont think my ability to speak languages helps me in any way to avoid memorisation. btw, i would not have chosen english as a subject had it not been compulsory and it angers me that it is.Pierotte said:Look not everyone is as smart as you. Ok??
What works for you DOESNT work for other people.
You obviously have a knack for languages.
Well different peoples strengths lie in different areas.
Different strategies work for different people.
So Little Miss English-is-my-thrid-language-and-ha-ha-ha-i-can-speak-it-better-than-you keep in mind those that despise english, yet its compulsory for them to do it in their HSC. Why should their UAI suffer unnecessarily?
Its not wrong. So you should stop thinking it is.
obviously my mistake is in actually wanting to make at least some of the time (200 hours or however long the course is meant to be) beneficial to me. for better or for worst none of us seem to have any respect for the education system, but at least i do more than waste my time jumping through hoops. each to his own.
so please, continue to wallow in your crapiness and i will keep posting i have nothing better to do with my time!