I like German and Music. Most of my teachers assume I need extra help in language lessons because I can speak Hebrew fluently, which I find ridiculous. Apparently I'm the only Jewish student that has ever attended the school I currently go to, most likely because A) It's still relatively new B) I live in a town where we are the only Jewish family C) It's a Catholic school. I'm planning on doing a German GCSE even though I have been pestered a lot by various teachers telling me to swap it for something else. I got brought up with Hebrew and learned it at pretty much the same pace I learned English.
#1: I take IB
#2: Studying IB = Death
#3: Studying IB = Boredom to Death
#4: Studying IB --> Having regret on why I took the IB. --> Wishes that I took A-Levels.
#5: Hatred towards IB = No favorite subject.
In the process of creating utopia, we constructed a world of splendor humility. A subtle dystopian outlook of magnificent justifiability. We must succumb to the esoteric complexity of the human mind to sustain inner tranquility amidst times of chaos.
American history is very obvious for me. I love history (and I'm prob the only 10th grader in the class, at most for the first class for the day )
Besides that, school is usually me
- Contemplating how to knock myself unconscious
- Reading anime (ofc when done with my work),
- Trying to avoid the douchenozzles I hate (A.K.A The popular group)
- Listening to music (when teachers allow it/dont care/arent teaching)
- Talking to friends
Well my Subjects last year and the 2 years before that were actually kinda interesting, I took Psychology,Forensic Science 1 and 2, and Now I take Sociology it's not bad.
I can understand math but it takes me a while to understand it I dislike math, but I get straight A's in all my courses though, even in stuff that is hard for me I usually do good in the long run.