Saturday, 25 April 2009

So Far, Not So Good

Can you believe what I'm doing now? I'm updating this half-dead blog!

Anyway, let me summarise what I have learned for the past 5 days.

My first ever module of this week was called Critical Reasoning Skills. It involves critical thinking skills and some debating, but most importantly, training us to be able to speak up in class and reason with your fellow peers about a particular topic. Seriously, I just don't feel comfortable doing all this. :'(

Next was this module called Thermofluids 1. As the name stated, I will be learning more about heat and fluids in details.

Coming right up was Engineering Materials 1. Learning some of the materials composition and so on, which I think is one of the core modules, and I realised it's quite complicated with all sorts of formulas!

Okay, Electrical Technology next. In general, it's Physics. There's Practical involving circuits, and the theories that we're going to learn is EXACTLY Physics. The world of Physics, too wide for me perhaps.

Woot! Computer Programming. Sounds fun isn't it? It's certainly one of the most interesting modules in my course! I'm going to learn a totally different language, not Spanish or French, but a language that only computers can read! By typing those code in a special panel, a program can be formed! Of course, the program that I'm referring to are those simple ones, don't try to compare them with MapleStory or something else...

Finally, Fundamental Mathematics. I suggest they should just rename the whole module to Additional Mathematics instead. Although I've learned before, but I'm still weak in it, which will become one hell of a problem for me. Soon, I've got no choice but to meet my old friends, Binomial Theorem Boy Boy and Logarithm Girl Girl...

Oh yeah, I nearly forgot there's CIP! What a joke that resurfaced again in my school life. In this case, it's considered as one of my modules which is taught for the first time. WHAT?! My batch became guinea pigs again?! It's disastrous this time round, no organisation is going to approach us, but instead we approach them!

Looking at the positive side, this is the chance whereby we can prove ourselves and be an independent person. Hopefully.

Afterall, this is only the beginning, the game has just started. :)


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