Wednesday, October 31, 2007
No More Practicals
Do you believe me if I said I knew what we'll be doing at Chemistry Practical yesterday morning?
The school's technician opened the door of the Chemistry Lab, leaving the door wide open, with us glancing into the lab all the way from the opposite block.
I saw the burette clipped onto the retort stand. Yes, I did.
But still, what's the point of knowing it right? Experiment done wrongly and all is gone.. (NOT referring to my experiment)
Mobile phones were not supposed to be brought to school, and yet there were students who brought it. The rules have just been changed remember? Government-schools have disallowed students to bring phones and yet the teachers are helping students to keep them in a basket.
As usual, everyone would be locked up in the quarantine room before and after the practical exam.
This (picture below) is AFTER the exam.
And this is after today's Maths D.
My classmates discussed and discussed about the Maths paper after the exam. I switched off the lights, fans and air-conds but still, none of them moved to pack their bags and get ready to go home.
They just keep on talking about their exam answers, comparing and discussing with each other.
As I hold the classes' key and my responsibility is to make sure the class are locked, I tried to locked them all up inside the room to see their reaction.
It takes them 2 minutes to realize they are being locked up.
I then hand over the classes' key to Edison and let him play with the boys.
But we were so stubborn, we dragged the time and let them scream all day long. *exaggerating*
But in the end, we pitied them and so unlocked the door and let them out.
And now, I can see them, ready to go home, with their bags being packed!
Haha! Tried do it once more and I'll really locked you guys up!
But wait, I think I'll just go home early next time and let the others lock the door.
Anyways, I went to Bandar with Tiah today, only to have lunch at Ideal.
And this is what I saw on the birthday congratulatory board.
Who's birthday? Was it a little boy or the chocolate bar?
:: Posted by DENCORPORATION at 11:01 PM