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Re: Evolio's VCE Journey
« Reply #45 on: February 25, 2019, 05:34:38 pm »
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 Oh also. I got the leadership position I was passionate about! Are you proud of me?


very! you will have so much fun!

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Re: Evolio's VCE Journey
« Reply #46 on: February 26, 2019, 05:54:40 pm »
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Oh also. I got the leadership position I was passionate about! Are you proud of me?

Yesssss this is awesome. What will this mean for you? Like, what will it involve?

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Re: Evolio's VCE Journey
« Reply #47 on: February 26, 2019, 05:59:46 pm »
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Yesssss this is awesome. What will this mean for you? Like, what will it involve?
It will involve going to social service meetings and helping in projects related to social service. I am so excited! Can't wait!

Hi.
Today I had my specialist test which was a very big joke. On the second page, staring at all those triangles, I was like can I just give up now? Like can I just sit here and wait until the time is up? I can't go on. It was a very dangerous mindset. It's because I didn't study for this test. I didn't even do all the exercises. It was bad. It's okay. It's done now and I can now fully focus on biology. I want to finish checkpoints today and then I want to do the 2017 sac. That will be great. What would be even more great was if I did the a+ notes questions.
I just realised that the sac will not be that bad. Like I looked at the info sheet and everything seems pretty alright. Like pretty good. I think I've got this. I can do this. Oh and apparently the teachers are not going to give us our marks. That will be interesting and very weird. Like, how we do we know if we are improving or declining if we are just getting feedback? I don't know.
However, in our biology class on the sac day, apparently we're doing colouring. For stress relief. Yay. I love colouring. Maybe I should do some at home.
On the train back home, I was so tired. Like I usually read and have a habit of reading my book but I just couldn't. So, I just sat there and eventually I fell asleep with thoughts whizzing around in my mind. While I was sleeping but not sleeping, i kept leaning or brushing against the person next to me accidentally because my head kept falling down and when I realised I had done that, it quickly whipped back up again. I could feel them inching away slowly. I felt like laughing. But I was too tired. Then I lent on the train railing but I banged my head against it and so i just leaned slightly.  I was supposed to be with my bro on the train but he had to stay back at school so i was alone. He usually sleeps on my shoulder which is the reverse of what happened today. Hahah.
I am not going to do exercise today because of my intense fatigue. So, I'll just study. For biology. I don't like how I am neglecting all my other subjects for biology but I'm doing it. It just feels wrong. Like a sin. Like I am not supposed to be doing that.
I have 2 frees tomorrow though which should be good. I will just do biology over and over again until all the mistakes I made in practice sticks in my mind and stays there. Not disappearing. But staying there.
Why was I so tired today? I am confused. Maybe it's because I slept at 10 or my alarm scared me so much that I fell tired again. Does that make sense?
I like writing here on my journal because it allows me to let everything out and it feels good. Like a weight has been lifted off my shoulders. Without you AtarNotes, I don't know what I would do. You are one of my survival instruments.
Yesterday in St John, not many people came for some reason. So, we played a game and we went through Patient Assessment. It was basically feeling for any bumps, ooey gooey bits on their body to make sure you have everything covered and did not miss anything. Because if you did, that would be a very bad and dangerous thing.
My neighbours keep opening and closing their door for some reason. Like I can hear their grille door slamming and opening again. Wow. I just realised. I am literally doing stream of consciousness which is basically when you keep writing and never stop. Never. It's a literary technique I learnt about last year when we were doing Modernism in our Literature elective. It was very fun.
I am happy that I got my leadership position as it is something that I am passionate about. I kept trying for so many leadership positions in my life which I never got and then this. I got. It does feel special and really nice. I will cherish this moment in the years to come. I actually remember writing about how I didn't get this position last year and I felt so sad. The next morning, I remember sitting on the train furiously writing away my sorrows. It was a really bad feeling. Tears were in my eyes and I was grateful that they didn't jump over my eyelids and plop onto my uniform. I don't know what other people would have thought if it happened. But then again, it doesn't matter what people think. Especially when people give you weird looks on trains when you lug around humongous bags as if you are transferring cargo or something.
I just want to say that if you are passionate about something and you didn't get it. It doesn't matter. Try again. And again. And again...until you get what you want because that;s how it works. The real winning is if you brush yourself off when you fall down and get back up. Not when you give up because you lost. Did you know Abraham Lincoln failed so many times before he became president at the age of 56. 56! What a legend. He is one of my idols. I actually thought of his 'failures' and looked at his quotes whenever it didn't go so well for me sometimes.
Oh, my brother's back. Jolly. I'm going to annoy him and ask him how his day was before he starts on his anime and games.
See you everyone.
I hope you have a good evening and I hope you made sense of my rambling.
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Re: Evolio's VCE Journey
« Reply #48 on: February 26, 2019, 07:27:22 pm »
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Hey!

We all have bad days, don't stress about the math, I have recently started this new study technique where I see my teacher and get 2 or 3 copies of the practice test, I will do it once and all the questions I get wrong I redo and if they are still wrong I will see my teacher and ask. After understanding the structure or formula I will redo practice test 2. always, my score gets higher and higher. Also, I am like you and only prioritise my year 11 subject (bio) over my year 10 ones, but we shouldn't do that. ok? we can work on this together. Lets do what we need throughout the week and prioritise and the weekends we can be biologists and study all we want ok? I have also found if you over study for a certain subject in the test you will just go blank. You've got this dude!

I feel we are the same person, I also catch the train and will generally read, if I am not with people. I have nearly fallen asleep don't worry!

I am so happy that you are happy about the leadership position! that's amazing!

"That some achieve great success, is proof to all that others can achieve it as well If someone out there can do it, you can Evolio! YOU CAN DO IT!!
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Re: Evolio's VCE Journey
« Reply #49 on: February 26, 2019, 08:06:52 pm »
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Oh, this is so nice!
It literally made me so happy reading your message!  ;D ;D
Looks like we have a lot of things in common.
Yeah, I am planning on doing my now finished last year sacs tomorrow again, the day before the  sac. Like a do over so that I can make sure that I understand my mistakes. Looks like it's a good technique.
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Re: Evolio's VCE Journey
« Reply #50 on: February 26, 2019, 08:39:04 pm »
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To infinity and Beyond!!!!! xx

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Re: Evolio's VCE Journey
« Reply #51 on: February 27, 2019, 09:22:58 pm »
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Been reading through your journal and I'd just like to wish you the best on the two 3/4s this year. Maybe a piece of advice from me (though i'm a year lower) is to focus mainly on the two 3/4's you are completing this year! You should not feel that you are studying Biology exclusively because I mean who wouldn't? Most things you do this year in both the 3/4s are graded and account for parts in your study score. Also, congratulations for the leadership position!
I wish you the best for the two subjects you are completing this year and the rest next year!
Spread kindness!

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Re: Evolio's VCE Journey
« Reply #52 on: February 28, 2019, 06:35:29 pm »
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Been reading through your journal and I'd just like to wish you the best on the two 3/4s this year. Maybe a piece of advice from me (though i'm a year lower) is to focus mainly on the two 3/4's you are completing this year! You should not feel that you are studying Biology exclusively because I mean who wouldn't? Most things you do this year in both the 3/4s are graded and account for parts in your study score. Also, congratulations for the leadership position!
I wish you the best for the two subjects you are completing this year and the rest next year!
Thank you for your encouragement, aspiringantelope!
It means a lot.
It's a tough time.


Okay. So i just endured the terrifying mountain of doom. The bane of my existence. My first sac. Okay. Let me just get straight to the point. The first question was so vague that I couldn't even see it. It was a * number of marks and I was like what are we supposed to include?!?! Like what do we do?Also, for one of the questions I didn't think about the difference between what happens to a plant cell and what happens to an animal cell. So, I wrote lysed instead of became turgid! Such a silly mistake. I haven't gotten my marks yet but I need to analyse for next time. Also, they aren't giving us our marks so yep.
Improvements
- Pay attention to differences between animal and plant cells. Underline that stuff. Plant cell-turgid. Animal cell-lysis (burst). This is when they are placed in a hypotonic solution.
- Do the questions more quickly so that you have more time to check and add on to your answers. For eg the * mark question that messed me up so bad and he turgid question. I would've gotten full marks for that.

Strengths
- For the less vague questions, I looked at the marks and was like okay. This dot point for that and this info for that. I am good to go.
- I finished all the questions.
- I feel much better now.

My dad shared with me his ultimate wisdom. No point stressing when it's done. Look to the future. I know some people said that to me today but it didn't really feel legit, but when he said it, I was like OK. Like a soldier, yes sir!
I mean this sac isn't the end of the world. It was my first sac and I was glad I could finish it. For the next sac, I am going to smash it to the roof. I am getting that SS 50! Mark my words! It's my goal and I live up to it. I can still get that score if I don't make silly mistakes. Yass.

Oh no. We still need to wash our uniform and I need to complete my chemistry revision test. Oh, I am so dead. I am so dead. I don't even understand what is happening, like with the trends of the PT and so on. Like what?
I also need to complete a research project for psychology so yep. I'll do that sometime.
 But what I really feel like doing right now is reading my book because I miss my fav character Number Eight.

I just really really really really want to improve. Like I got my math test back today and it was filled with silly mistakes and 4 that I didn't know about. Like I studied so much for that test and all I got was a 76%. Like, how am I going to do well in sacs at that rate?
I just really want to improve. Like I studied so much for that biology test and sacrificed so much and look where that got me. I need to figure out a way to pull myself together and work hard the right hard and actually succeed. My only accomplishment this year is grabbing that leadership position. That's about it.
Should I try meditation again or yoga again for those silly mistakes? Because I really need to get a move on. Like when I did the selective test, I was doing yoga for a year and a bit with my mum. I felt it was helping me with my studied. Like I don't think I would've gotten the results that I did if it wasn't for yoga.
I think I am going to try it. Clear my mind so there's more space for turgidity and lysis and so on. hahah.
Well, anyways, I gotta do work now so see yas.


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Re: Evolio's VCE Journey
« Reply #53 on: February 28, 2019, 11:08:29 pm »
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Okay. So i just endured the terrifying mountain of doom. The bane of my existence. My first sac. Okay. Let me just get straight to the point. The first question was so vague that I couldn't even see it. It was a * number of marks and I was like what are we supposed to include?!?! Like what do we do?Also, for one of the questions I didn't think about the difference between what happens to a plant cell and what happens to an animal cell. So, I wrote lysed instead of became turgid! Such a silly mistake. I haven't gotten my marks yet but I need to analyse for next time. Also, they aren't giving us our marks so yep.
Improvements
- Pay attention to differences between animal and plant cells. Underline that stuff. Plant cell-turgid. Animal cell-lysis (burst). This is when they are placed in a hypotonic solution.
- Do the questions more quickly so that you have more time to check and add on to your answers. For eg the * mark question that messed me up so bad and he turgid question. I would've gotten full marks for that.

Strengths
- For the less vague questions, I looked at the marks and was like okay. This dot point for that and this info for that. I am good to go.
- I finished all the questions.
- I feel much better now.

My dad shared with me his ultimate wisdom. No point stressing when it's done. Look to the future. I know some people said that to me today but it didn't really feel legit, but when he said it, I was like OK. Like a soldier, yes sir!
I mean this sac isn't the end of the world. It was my first sac and I was glad I could finish it. For the next sac, I am going to smash it to the roof. I am getting that SS 50! Mark my words! It's my goal and I live up to it. I can still get that score if I don't make silly mistakes. Yass.

Oh no. We still need to wash our uniform and I need to complete my chemistry revision test. Oh, I am so dead. I am so dead. I don't even understand what is happening, like with the trends of the PT and so on. Like what?
I also need to complete a research project for psychology so yep. I'll do that sometime.
 But what I really feel like doing right now is reading my book because I miss my fav character Number Eight.

I just really really really really want to improve. Like I got my math test back today and it was filled with silly mistakes and 4 that I didn't know about. Like I studied so much for that test and all I got was a 76%. Like, how am I going to do well in sacs at that rate?
I just really want to improve. Like I studied so much for that biology test and sacrificed so much and look where that got me. I need to figure out a way to pull myself together and work hard the right hard and actually succeed. My only accomplishment this year is grabbing that leadership position. That's about it.
Should I try meditation again or yoga again for those silly mistakes? Because I really need to get a move on. Like when I did the selective test, I was doing yoga for a year and a bit with my mum. I felt it was helping me with my studied. Like I don't think I would've gotten the results that I did if it wasn't for yoga.
I think I am going to try it. Clear my mind so there's more space for turgidity and lysis and so on. hahah.
Well, anyways, I gotta do work now so see yas.

Omg every time I read your journals I feel like we are twins!
I had the same Bio test on Monday, also my first ever sac, it was a test on osmosis, diffusion, cell membranes, and the phospholipid bilayer. and I made the exact same mistake as you! In my notes (and this is cheesy) but I remember the TUR from turgor and think TURnip. Turnip is a plant, so it turgor happens in a plant cell. Bit cheesy but it works for me.
Honestly don't stress, I can guarantee that anyones first sac is not going to be what they hoped, its more an intro into what this is, don't stress. Although I am not quite sure why you aren't getting your results.

Also doing chemistry atm and don't have a clue what the fuck is going on. I don't get chemistry one bit! I feel ya! I sometimes go to my teacher out of class for more help and youtube! (as much as that thing is a good time waster and entertainer, its actually a great educator as well)

Omg!!!! Again! My math test (I took today) I was so stressed about, (I mentioned This in my journal) but the highest score I got in my practice test was 69%. Idk what my score it just yet, but I tried my best and studied as much as I could and that is all I need. Its ok to struggle and not be good at some things, noone Is amazing at everything!

If you ever need help with BIO, CHEM or MATH. I will promise to try my best to help. Shoot through a PM whenever you need.

Yoga sounds amazing! I also find walking and listening to meditation music and mindfulness podcasts before bed to be a great stress reliever.

Ive got ya back whenever you need! I feel like we are so similar and we can maybe help each other out (if you wanna do that) whenever you need I'm here xx

-Lexie

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Re: Evolio's VCE Journey
« Reply #54 on: March 01, 2019, 04:21:46 pm »
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Awww!
I think you are actually my guardian angel! You're always there for me to cheer me up! For that, I am eternally grateful. Without you, what would I do?
Like when I saw your name on last replied, my face literally lit up and beamed!
I think I will try listening to mindful podcasts. Perhaps, they will help clear my mind and allow me to wake up with a fresh, clear mind as well. That would be great!
For sure, we can help each other and reach our dreams! That's what pals are for!
Thank you so much w0lfqu33n89!

Okay, I learnt a lesson today. DO NOT abandon your other subjects whilst you are studying for your sac. Please, don't. It's not a great idea. For me, I'm going to treat them equally and maybe put a liitle more effort for the sac, but nothing too drastic like studying for the sac for like 3 weeks and doing no work of other subjects. Now, that is definitely unhealthy. Before the sac, I remember that I was so bored of biology that I couldn't wait to finish the sac and focus on my other subjects. The world does not revolve around you biology!
Today we had a weird day because the bell times were swapped around. It was weird.
Anyways.
Specialist Mathematics

Today we did variation which was nice and easy to understand. Didn't have too much difficulty. Oh, but wait, I have like a whole chapter to finish and now this. Here we go. Apparently the next test is going to be big because it's going to cover various topics. For this one, I will definitely be read for it.

Mathematical Methods

Today we started polynomials! YAAAS! This is my kingdom. I can do this. It's probably my favourite topic but we'll see throughout the year. Apparently we're not going to spend too much time on it though as the stuff we're learning now should be revision....but it's still FUN! I need to do like 3 exercises and the polynomial exercise we just went through today.

Psychology
We went through plasticity and looked at a case study of someone called Jodie. She had her whole right hemisphere removed due to frequent seizures and through adaptive plasticity she was still able to do what she was doing before. Isn't that amazing? Although, if she was like 50 years old, it wouldn't have worked because she was not developing then. My test is on monday and I need to do the revision our teacher put up and also the test in the jacaranda book. I also need to look over my quizlet especially over the parts of the brain because boy do I need to revise. The test is 40 minutes with 5 mins reading time and 40 mins writing time. It has 10 multiple choice questions. It's reminding me of my specialist test which also had 10 multi-choice questions. Interesting.

Chemistry
Okay, so I did do the revision test and corrected it to give to my teacher as she was collecting them. When I was doing it, it actually wasn't that bad but that was probably due to the fact that I was doing open book. Hahaha. Imagine if I wasn't.  :o. I have my chemistry test on Thursday and I really need to revise the trends of the periodic table ASAP. But psychology comes first.

Literature
Okay, technically I didn't have this subject today but out group did work on it. We finished all the recording! YAY! So, we just have to slot in our clips and edit! Then it will be due on Thursday and we will be watching all of our clips in class! That will be a fun lesson.

My last period was a free so I went home. It was nice and warm outside. It felt like a welcoming embrace. It felt really nice. I can't really explain it. I know a lot of people hate hot weather, but i like it.

So here I am writing this now, munching on honey cornflakes my mum made. They are so good. They're sticking to the tissue though.
Anyways, I am feeling pretty okay after the sac. Like it's not the be all end all, you know? The exam is what counts in the end but of course everything counts. I am going to do mediation because I know it works because of past experience.
My new lead gas grown pretty big now. My other plant has luscious green leaves too.
Oh also, really sad news, my fav character died in the book I am reading. It just happened so quickly. They better resurrect him or else...
I should probably eat something lunch worthy.
Also, I started playing on my DS again, mainly New Super Mario Bros 2, I think? I've had it for like 11 years so I have a strong bond with it. I used to carry it to shopping centres and stuff when I was smaller. I remember sitting in Harvey Norman and getting up to level 2 and being so happy. My brother was watching me play. Ahh. Everything was so simple back then. Let's see how long my DS lasts. Then I'll give it to my children and it can become a family Heirloom. LOL.
Okay, see yas and have an amazing weekend!
 :) :)


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Re: Evolio's VCE Journey
« Reply #55 on: March 01, 2019, 06:33:53 pm »
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Awww!
I think you are actually my guardian angel! You're always there for me to cheer me up! For that, I am eternally grateful. Without you, what would I do?
Like when I saw your name on last replied, my face literally lit up and beamed!
I think I will try listening to mindful podcasts. Perhaps, they will help clear my mind and allow me to wake up with a fresh, clear mind as well. That would be great!
For sure, we can help each other and reach our dreams! That's what pals are for!
Thank you so much w0lfqu33n89!

Omg that's what I do when I see you have a new post! haha. Aw you are so sweet thank you so much xx
Anytime evolio! Literally Anytime xxxxxxxxxx



Psychology
We went through plasticity and looked at a case study of someone called Jodie. She had her whole right hemisphere removed due to frequent seizures and through adaptive plasticity she was still able to do what she was doing before. Isn't that amazing? Although, if she was like 50 years old, it wouldn't have worked because she was not developing then. My test is on monday and I need to do the revision our teacher put up and also the test in the jacaranda book. I also need to look over my quizlet especially over the parts of the brain because boy do I need to revise. The test is 40 minutes with 5 mins reading time and 40 mins writing time. It has 10 multiple choice questions. It's reminding me of my specialist test which also had 10 multi-choice questions. Interesting.

Assuming you are year 11? (sorry if you have mentioned that previously and I have forgotten) I am thinking of studying Psych next year as I have always been curious about the brain. Is it fun? do you recommend it in VCE? Is it stressful?


Literature
Okay, technically I didn't have this subject today but out group did work on it. We finished all the recording! YAY! So, we just have to slot in our clips and edit! Then it will be due on Thursday and we will be watching all of our clips in class! That will be a fun lesson.

Omg! Yet another subject we are both doing! Yep, its official! I have met my twin!

Oh also, really sad news, my fav character died in the book I am reading. It just happened so quickly. They better resurrect him or else...
I should probably eat something lunch worthy.
Also, I started playing on my DS again, mainly New Super Mario Bros 2, I think? I've had it for like 11 years so I have a strong bond with it. I used to carry it to shopping centres and stuff when I was smaller. I remember sitting in Harvey Norman and getting up to level 2 and being so happy. My brother was watching me play. Ahh. Everything was so simple back then. Let's see how long my DS lasts. Then I'll give it to my children and it can become a family Heirloom. LOL.
Okay, see yas and have an amazing weekend!
 :) :)

Omg same thing happened the other day in a TV series! I was like its fine its fine, she will come back from the dead, but nope! RIP Alison Argent!  :'(

I still have my DS, all I would play was Drawn to life and Nintendo Dogs!

U too Evolio xx
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Re: Evolio's VCE Journey
« Reply #56 on: March 01, 2019, 08:40:21 pm »
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Assuming you are year 11? (sorry if you have mentioned that previously and I have forgotten) I am thinking of studying Psych next year as I have always been curious about the brain. Is it fun? do you recommend it in VCE? Is it stressful?

Yeah, I am year 11. hahah.
Psychology is sooo fun. Like it's amazing what the brain can do. If you are passionate about it, I recommend it. For me, psychology isn't stressful as it is interesting and even if you do have homework, it's usually the one you'll want to do first because it is fun.
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« Reply #57 on: March 01, 2019, 08:50:36 pm »
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ahhh ok! yeah ok I will definitely try that next year, also sorry about my reply, idk what happened with the quote on quote. not an IT genius  :o

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« Reply #58 on: March 01, 2019, 09:03:01 pm »
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Haha.
It's ok.
I thought it was meant to be like that.
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« Reply #59 on: March 01, 2019, 09:05:35 pm »
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ahhh ok! yeah ok I will definitely try that next year, also sorry about my reply, idk what happened with the quote on quote. not an IT genius  :o
Fixed it for you. dw easy mistake to make - you had the opening part of the quote twice in a row so it put the rest of your post in a quote.
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