After a far too long hiatus, in the middle of pre-exam procrastination, I’ve decided to upload a post on my average school day, as I’m preparing for my exams and finishing off the final bits of my coursework. I thought this would be a good idea to document different typical days for me as a record for the future.
Thursday, 27th March, 2014
6:50- shower, dress, breakfast.
8:25- squeak into school just before registration after the typical manic morning in my household.
9:00– chemistry test on one of the final units of the course – I’m doing it now as I missed it yesterday due to an Oxbridge day.
10:30- after another lesson it’s break time. I spent it frantically trying to learn my french vocab for next period as I was too preoccupied revising the night before – oops!
10:50- french. preparing for our speaking mock next week and understanding how our exam is set out. really useful as it’s getting closer and closer!
11:45- mad dash down to the music block for my music lesson; preparing for my exam & attempting to pick my final song. it was a great lesson and i really feel like i’m making progress with my choices.
13:12- choir practice for the concert next term. practised my solo in one of the numbers which was fun.
14:55– free period. spent doing biology revision for my test tomorrow & general unit 2 revision. DNA and meiosis.
16:10– normally i’d be at a chemistry revision session but our car had broken down so it was home and a quick snack before starting draft #1345764 of my english coursework
18:05- quick tea before back to the coursework.
19:49- finally finished both drafts! after several unsuccessful printing attempts, have given up and emailed them to school. currently writing this blog post whilst attempting to put off my english essay.
19:55- manage to motivate myself to write some more of my english essay.
20:45- have written 4 more paragraphs. now time to get my things ready for DofE inspection tomorrow! i set off on my gold practice expedition next weekend.
21:46– finish packing for D of E after an intense glove hunt lasting twenty minutes. they’re still hiding from me. i’ve decided to look for them in the morning and go to bed now, after finishing my book “the unlikely pilgrimage of harold fry”