Guess I wasn’t out of school and on vacation for long. Geography is not that bad.
An Open Letter to Students Returning to School - 08/07/12
I love this man.
Starting school tomorrow? Fear not! John Green, author of the best sellers The Fault in Our Stars and Looking for Alaska has a ton of reasons why should you still go to school and perhaps even enjoy it.
Doing homework (Summer classes-yikes). I will kick my butt off, so I can stay in the program. Turns out I’m not in danger as much as I thought I’d be. A little talk with the person in charge to see what’s happening in my case: some worries but not to worrisome.
I have an appointment with the guidance counselor tomorrow too.
You know the kind you don’t want to. The one that says you are below below average and that they might kick you out.
I don’t know what I’m doing wrong. Heck! I don’t know if it’s the right program for me. I do exams, I do 5 times the work my friends do and I get worse grades than they do.
I have cried for the last half and hour. I don’t know what to do exactly for next semester. Let’s just say my mood has seen better days.
Well, I got a really really bad grade (39% ) on a test worth 15 % of my grade. It’s a class I’m redoing and my grade is 58,8 %, and I need 60%. There is still 15 % to come on May 10th.
If I fail I will legitimately do a giant squid of anger.