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It has been a long week; my mid-term is finally, finally over. But the bad feeling comes with this is that I can’t sure what I work for will transform to scores on exam sheet.
I have no proof that I am right. Math is still a big big thing for me to overcome, and when I take the exam today seeing (almost) everyone is writing formulas on the desk before exam starts, the same old feeling of “You can’t proof cheating is a bad thing to do, because they passed and you didn’t” goes right back again.
Whatever. Also, for the past seven days, I find a very simple but important way to stop me from distracting when I studying: simply disconnect the Ethernet cable.
I made the animation for the break-through I did this exam-time.
Notebook helps, really. With a pencil, the classic method is most effective on recording any thoughts pops up when one suppose studying something. Don’t ask me why, most of the good ideas I had was during the exam time, and in previous exams I usually realise them in study times.
Try to clean up my to-do-stock this week then.