What have you learned about yourself during hsc? (1 Viewer)

DeathB4Life

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ive gained a sense of inner enlightenment through the first of what will be the many challenges which will aid me in my spiritual ascent into a more complete and prosperous being amongst the beauty, which we often fail to reflect upon, that is life....

well, no. ive really learnt that analysing history isnt as enjoyable as watching a documentary, in order to begin to develop a piece of software it would be beneficial for one to spend several months of their life doing intense planning using the structured approach, the tangent of the curve y= e^x at x=0 is 1 and imagery can be used to shape our understanding of the world.

edit: guess i didnt really learn it...
 
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I have learnt:
- I can learn an entire year's worth of work in one night
- I will procrastinate, but I'm good at taking in alot at once so that's ok
- I hate maths and physics
- I will NEVER become a teacher
- The best study music is bad, old pop music (i.e. Delta and t.A.T.u *hides in shame*)
- I can't wait to leave home
- Correspondence school is hard
- The internet is awesome
- I hate crime fiction
- Quantum physics will be the end of us
- No one understands, let alone cares about, the themes, language, and characters of King Lear
 
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I've learnt :
- to not trust everyone
- to become more quiet . and listen than talk
- not to rely on people ..
- i actually like year 9-10 maths.. (for the ppl how know me dont ask why)


ALOT more... but my brain is quite dead now..
 

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lilkiwicutie89 said:
I've learnt :
- to not trust everyone
- to become more quiet . and listen than talk
- not to rely on people ..
- i actually like year 9-10 maths.. (for the ppl how know me dont ask why)


ALOT more... but my brain is quite dead now..
Wah, such a negative evaluation. HSC must've been real bad for u

Personally? I haven't learnt much, just the same old crud, like the BOS and DET are A-Holes, which teachers were a-holes and which weren't, that my mum is a bish... same old, same old

-P_D
 
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P_Dilemma said:
Wah, such a negative evaluation. HSC must've been real bad for u

Personally? I haven't learnt much, just the same old crud, like the BOS and DET are A-Holes, which teachers were a-holes and which weren't, that my mum is a bish... same old, same old

-P_D

NONONONO... its not negative...

HSC is okay... but apparently i've been hit with my chronic headache moments again SOOSOSO annoying................................

and ppl .. yeah a fewww.... sighs with contempt.. ohh well ... i shall get over it ..

aww,,, i miss maths .. ( ironicallyy )
 

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I learnt nothing.

I already knew I was a lazy bastard.
 

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i've learnt that...

- I can have an unhealthy addiction to red bull :p
- The best 4 procastination tools are myspace, food, music and the mid day movie
- I'm too stubborn for my own good
- Parents and teachers usually do know what's best, as much as I hate it and would never admit it to them
- Chocolate makes everything seem better
- The HSC can make people act really self centered and possesive over marks
- Do not wag chem class because you'll get stuck in boring snr science
- People can be jealous of the stupidest things
- Destroying text books is fun but probably not a good idea =|
- I'm not as good at hiding things as i think I am
- Sea gulls can be really scary
- 3 hour exams make me crave peanutbutter
- Not everything can be fair
 

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Sprinkles~ said:
i've learnt that...

- I can have an unhealthy addiction to red bull :p
- The best 4 procastination tools are myspace, food, music and the mid day movie
- I'm too stubborn for my own good
- Parents and teachers usually do know what's best, as much as I hate it and would never admit it to them
- Chocolate makes everything seem better
- The HSC can make people act really self centered and possesive over marks
- Do not wag chem class because you'll get stuck in boring snr science
- People can be jealous of the stupidest things
- Destroying text books is fun but probably not a good idea =|
- I'm not as good at hiding things as i think I am
- Sea gulls can be really scary
- 3 hour exams make me crave peanutbutter
- Not everything can be fair
.


I learnt jack :)
 

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I have learnt that:

- however hard u try to beat people from selective, no one believes u will
- hence, I regret the fact i jig the selective exam back in yr11
- despite how u think uai is useless/overrated/for nerds, world is too realistic. A law student will always be a law student
- convince asian parents that JRers arent god, is as hard as telling them about quantum theory

coincidentally, i have also learnt that I can do more than I thought I can.
 

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I learnt that mac and cheese is a brilliant substitute for all other food groups in my life.
 
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hey cuntbitchwhoreslut..bag
just a reply to ur comment cos it was sooooo interesting
cut ur head off ok.. u got a uai of 96 so that probabl;y means u can do it efficienty u lil self seeking hoe.... manage ur time in hell u slut:rofl:
do it for me and the rest of the country
cos thats what we want
xxx
 

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