Today I’d like to write about something completely different from what I usually write about (Fantasy, books, movies, etc.). A more serious topic of – hopefully – conversation: dyscalculia. Not as a doctor, or a professional in the field, because I’m not, but as someone who’s been hampered by this learning disorder her whole life – and who’ll continue to be hampered by it for the rest of it.
Well, next week is midterm week. I only have one midterm: a classical Japanese exam, but I’m a bit anxious about it.
Fingers crossed and all that!
My second year at Leiden university studying Japanstudies is finished (has been since the 19th of June when I had my one and only resit) and everything this year went surprisingly well. Like, really surprisingly well. Continue reading
I’ve been getting higher grades than I normally get. Something is wrong with the Universe.
– When I received my grades for recent papers
“That horrible moment when you realize that because of work-related ‘outings’, you’ll have to do the homework you were going to do next week in advance…”
Well, all my grades of the second semester’s finals are in. And I can say that I’m mighty pleased with myself and the results. Continue reading
So….it’s time for the finals for my second semester of my 1st year of Japanstudies. This is where I’ll find out whether or not this major is something for me. If I’m good enough to study Japanese.
Tomorrow is my first final (Friday next week is my last one) and I’m pretty nervous. But I’ll do my best and that is all I can do….