In the midst of upcoming exams, current revision and the passing of Christmas, I've got this urge to buy cheap games. Mass Effect and Phantom Hourglass were bought for me for Christmas, but my urge to buy more just increased. Buying Viva Pinata and Crackdown (for about
Right, so I'm sitting in the libarary at College which is on the 3rd of 7 floors (about 66 steps up from the ground floor). I'm not exactly in the most joyous of moods...
I've just spend 25 minutes filling in questionarres for the College and on ukcoursefinder.com during my group tutorial. Very boring.
The worst bit is, I have a mock chemistry practical exam in 20 minutes. It lasts a whole 2 hours (I'd usually be home right now) and I'm starting to really feel the pressure. For some reason, despite this "exam" being a mock, the nerves are still kicking in. It's just following some steps on a exam paper to carry out an experiment using a variety of standard instruments, then answering usual exam questions. Perhaps it's because I loathe chemistry and no matter how many practice papers I do, I just don't know if I'll be able to successfully calculate how many moles of XYZ I just used.
I was thinking about the class, Business Studies after talk to this guy on MSN.
My school has a Business Studies class and introduces the pupils to the world of business. All different terms are explained and they give you information on how to create a business when you are older. It all is useful for the future since everyone you can posssibly work for is more than likely to be a business.
I just think that this is a great idea and should be an option in every school across the UK.