Wow. I had such a nervous day today. I went to my school and collect my O level results…. OMG.. I was like so nervous.
My results are as followed ( if you care )
English Language – B4
Combined Humanities – B3
Mathematics – A2
Additional Mathematics – A2
Physics – B4
Science ( Chem / Bio ) – B3
Chinese – A2
Chinese (Oral/Aural) – Dist
L1R5 = 16
L1R4 = 13
ELR2B2-A = 13
No more papers for me…. and it is the start of the wushu world games.
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I was browsing around stomp and I saw this, if it interest you in any bit.
5 more papers.
My DP account has yet to be restored. ERR
I have some undone things to do before I want to leave Montfort Secondary School without any “worries”.
– Some things that I did not finished for Mr. Loyl Yeo yet. (Need to dig up where I save the files,ha)
– Some more suggestions for Montfort Secondary School
On the other hand, I just had the Science Practical yesterday. It was pretty easy. It took me a few times to get the gas for the second question which is carbon dioxide.
Stupid Zinc Carbonate made me think I get the “Carbonate” part wrong, I tried to do all the Anion Test but there isn’t Lead(II) Nitrate provided for me to test for Iodide. I also forget how to do the K2Cr2O7 test.
Biology part is feakingly easy, it can be considered theory paper? Haha There is only like 2 marks worth of practical to do… Write their main differences. I am not sure if I could get my drawing for the oxygen absorber correct… Luckily I went to learn and remember the structure of the flowers, haha. Just before the last minute of my paper, I discover one careless mistake on my part.. They gave me the unit mm yet I went to write 7.1cm there.