I’ve always thought I have the best parents in the world. No, once again it’s not because they got me a new W810i.
Form 6 had started, and it really isn’t that bad, at least for now. I’m pretty much playing tagging-along with my science and math subjects, mind you, it’s not catch-up. In other words, it’s so far so good. Although, there are always tons of homework to complete every single day, which you would have guessed since I now rarely update this poor blog of mine.
So while I had been trying to get used to form 6 and all that. I’ve been trying to convince myself, with constant help from my parents, that form 6 would be a suitable choice.
When I just couldn’t care about paths other then form 6, my parents were constantly asking me if I would be interested in say, foundation in Nilai’s INTI College, or a degree in the U.S. or in UNITEN or through Swinburne. Just for the record, I wasn’t offered the Yayasan TNB Scholarship. Wasn’t even called for interview for the JPA Scholarship, missed matrics and also the UEM Scholarship. So I was practically left with my last resort, form 6.
They were even considering the American Degree Programme at one time (but I ruled that out because it was too costly and didn’t like the idea of being half a globe away from my family). Dad said that he wasn’t contented in seeing me going in form 6. He reckons my results deserve a scholarship instead of seeing it go to waste in form 6.
In the end, my parents settled for Swinburne. Everything weighed down on me to make the decision whether to go or not to. And that decision, is a hard one to make. Especially at a time when I am already mentally settled in form 6.
Nonetheless, we went to Swinburne’s info day this morning and met up with their staff for a counseling session. James was kind enough to show me around the campus since he was there that morning. A very impressed me left the info day with mum, dad left earlier to catch his class.
..and look what I got myself into.
bye bye form 6?