i was super-duper frustrated with my MicroP quiz
the lecturer made some 'communication' mistakes in question 2 and 3 (4/10 marks) but 'covered' it all up by manipulating statements, causing me to lose that 4 marks. i mean, the questions were simple calculations but the terms used were confusing! seriously!
ugh! and it's like, maybe, about 1.2 marks out of this 3 credit subject!!! and i'm not sure if i get the remaining 60% perfectly correct.
is it worth not attending the memorandum submission to the UN?
i wrote on a paper telling my lecturer i want to get the h**l out of the class,
and i left, in the middle of the lecture. i mean, of course, politely, and he actually didn't even read what i wrote. he knew that paper means i wanted to leave.
i rushed to pick up some karisma-international guys, but strayed onto the wrong road from gombak (on the way to sentol!). i made a rough, illegal U-turn, but by the time we were back on MRR2, Kak Dijah called telling me that the crowed was about to disperse.
you don't tell me, i'll tell you.
yes, there are of course hikmah behind everything that happens. attend the quiz, being late, terlajak masuk lorong yang salah.
i guess Allah didn't want to let me go to the UN building in the first place. for the safety of some people dear to me, i guess. or anything better.
although still frustrated, i feel much better because i don't just sit doing no effort. i could have rushed from Gombak to Damansara in 15 minutes (recorded in my driving history, with two passengers) and not care to pick up those guys, but i did pick them up. why? they should know.
and better, because i already had the intention to go, and a little bit of action. hehe. thanks to kak dijah for the cool idea. too bad i didn't have a palestine flag and muffler with me.
i still feel sad for not being able to attend the international conference in Jakarta, but it's okay.. if i go then i might have to stand in front of 250 people.. uh-oh~ public speaking isn't that bad nowadays, but i still shake in front there.. huhu.. >__<
i like attending Dr. Sigit's class - Signals & Systems. although sometimes i can't really focus during his two-hour classes O__o" but he's starting to write in Japanese on the whiteboard n teaching us some words related to the subject in Japanese. and he even wished "gambatte kudasai" for our assignment. ahaha~ it's fun because i understand what he said a little (thanks to Naruto =P), compared to listening and reading Latin and German last year -__-"
i passed, alhamdulillah..