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Purpurea Aemilia in Mol is doing 35 things including…

get only 8s or higher in the first semester


Purpurea Aemilia has written 4 entries about this goal


That’s my average grade for the first semester classes. Pretty good, huh? I hope I can pull it off in the second too.


I’m a little late with this, but here are the results:
Ecogeomorpholgy – 10
Environmental geology – 10
English language – 10
Getting all the 10s wasn’t what I initially planned. I was quite surprised, actually. I was feeling very insecure and nervous, overreacting, to be honest. Here’s the plan for April:
10.04.2012. – Ecoclimatology
10.04.2012. – Landscape ecology
03.04.2012. – Ecohydrology

Exams timetable

So, I’ve decided to take 4 out of 6 exams in February. It means that two are left for April. I have to write them down so I can organize my time for studying better.
03.02.2012. – English language
04.02.2012. – Ecogeomorphology
08.02.2012. – Ecoclimatology
14.02.2012. – Ecohidrology

Мy first grade!

Today we received results of our fist test. I’ve got 9.4 out of 10 points, and that’s grade 10! Yay!


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