Very proud of you Blank. This a great achievement.I am only reading through. I do questions from a different textbook.
Chapters 5, 6, 7, and 8 have been completed.
You're going to make me cry... Thanks bro!Very proud of you Blank. This a great achievement.
It almost feels like yesterday when I was forcing you to study biology instead of drama!
You’ve truly grown a lot since then, and your on your way to eventually surpass me. I see that now
This is more like blank’s progress page. I’m his mentor for biology, so this is our way of communicating his progress.Hey i want to join in
I’ve been neglecting the surfing textbooks that have been sitting in the corner of my room for the past couple of months
I will start studying them tomorrow hehe
No just go to exams already.The textbook was finished 1 week ago as of the time I am typing this. I just haven't been online for personal development.
I will begin my Edrolo video study tomorrow for a more complex understanding, and then soon after test myself with 20+ exams and get 100% in all of them via self-marking for a completed understanding - (I won't go easy on myself).
My progress has honestly been a steady decline academically, however, my Psychology and Philosophy have skyrocketed exponentially.
I need my mind to rest from overthinking, so I can make well-disaplined decisions from here on that have future consequences, e.g. Reaching Highschool goals while I'm still a high schooler - not letting any chance pass by me.
I told you to start the exams. You can do both edrolo and the examsOk. I have a goal in life now.
I need to rush my studies with maximum efficiency, however, so that's what I'm doing.
It is 1 AM, and I have finished the following playlists on Edrolo:
Mechanisms of reproduction in animals and plants
Mechanisms of reproduction in fungi and protists
I Have 22-23 playlists left for module 5.
I'll probably finish the first 3 modules tomorrow after, whenever it is, I wake up.
Okay do exams nextI have finished these in the past hour:
Mechanisms of reproduction in bacteria
Fertilisation and implantation
Hormonal control of pregnancy and birth
Agricultural reproductive technologies
Mitosis and Meiosis
Cell replication and the continuity of a species
DNA in prokaryotes and eukaryotes
Transcription and translation
Effect of genes and environment on phenotype
Protein structure and function
Genetic variation – Mutations
Genetic variation – Meiosis and fertilisation