Tuesday, April 26, 2011


Last week was an extremely exhausted week, imagine a-3-weeks exams is compressed into a 5 days. So, basically,we had our exams started from the sun rose until the sun set ( 430 pm actually). My brain was wearing off.
No, I wont talk about any devastating result or feeling or anything which carried the same meaning, because I do think most of my friends feel the same way like I do, (minus the one who are excellent). It is far more frustrating to brag about how low your mark was, how you think you are incapable to achieve the target, how UNPREPARED you are... and the list goes on and on.. Save those words to Allah. It is okay to feel sad, or share them with someone, friends. But not to overdone the talking part. Especially if you are telling to those who get marks LOWER than yours. And I am not referring or pointing to anyone, this is just a general perception. Cliche situation during the getting-result-phenomena.

And IB is just few days to go, and pray for me...
okay crapppppp

Suddenly I forget what I intended to write, excuse me, I feel a little bit groggy, I better recharge now. Good Night!

Sunday, April 24, 2011

bukan di hati

"Ya Allah letaklah IB tangan ku, janganlah ia bermukim di hati ku" -amin-

Sunday, April 3, 2011

will the SESSION bake under the cloudless sky?

Knowing that academic classes has ended, now it starts with something new. A group discussion in IRP group @ study group. So, its MUNA -the leader, FI, POJIE, PAAN and I to be clustered in a group. Teachers already warned us that the sessions are rather tiring and extremely exhausted throughout the day.

" You need to take supplement! Feed your brain with the necessary nutrients "- Bio teacher

" Guys, you need to be COOL. Chill la " - Math teacher

" I really really really think that IRP session will help you, IF IF IF you are really participate, help each other and put the-never-ending efforts " - Chem teacher

" IRP is not a magic session without any portions or wards. You need to learn to be a witch, to be drained in cries before you reap in joys" - IRP coordinator

Madam Surinam, the IRP coordinator once showed us, some of the testimonials made by our super-super duper seniors. Guess, I did rolled my eyes, widely open. Not to trust the wordS am reading ....

" Thank you...... I already made it. From 26, I jump to 36..." - SENIOR a
" .... 45 is not impossible. Even when you score a 28 on the 3rd SEM " senior B

"Can I do that?" I am too afraid to even frame the question on my mind. or speak it out.

InsyAllah WITH Allah's help.