- Jan 30, 2010
Oh no, I love Year 12, don't get me wrong .Ergh, I've never understood the whole bonfire craze.
Guys, one year from now, when most of you guys are in university, you guys will look back and say: "fuck, HSC ruled". Mark my words.
That is exactly what I did. It put me off because I was thinking "well they are the same so it can't be either" but also the question asked about a "viral" infection and I have in my notes that B Cells attack viruses. My notes were probably just wrong though haha, oh well, nothing I can do about it now.Lol some people didn't because they thought BOS was tricking them by putting two choice which were exactly the same. (they thought it could not be them so they choose another) :/
Wow that is intense. What job do you do?Most people thoroughly enjoy Year 12, from the social aspect. It's when you bond with your mates heaps more, and it's just more of a community feel (seems like a beginning to a really bad Belonging essay).
In University, there's no structure whatsoever. You aren't spoonfed the answers. For some careers (such as Law and Commerce), it's pretty much required that you have to work in order to start boosting your resume for those penultimate year vacationer/clerkship positions. It's difficult to meet up with your friends.
Pretty much, the only time I meet up with some of my friends is for Friday night drinks. And I can't go to FND every Friday anyway, because sometimes I'm staying back at work til late. Last night, I was at work til 10.30pm, after starting at 8am. Just the way it is.
yeah thats exactly what Im planning to do and exactly what I did after trials hahawhen I finished my last exam, was sleepy, came home watched TV/movies, went to sleep at 1am, then woke up 6pm, continued watching stuff for a few days, then a week later cleaned up my room, then idk what... was alright tho