So I’m supposed to write an essay till monday. No big deal, I mean I had time to familiarize myself with the topic and I have some ideas and stuff. Only problem is, we never had to write an essay for this particular class, and while I assume it’s not supposed to be much if any different from other essays we had to write so far for other classes, I still feel really self-conscious about writing it. Apart from the theme and the reading-materials I have nothing to go on. I don’t know how much I’m supposed to write for example. (My assumption is probably at least 300 words like in the language-class; but is there a maximum? Does it depend on argumentation? If so, are my arguments even any good?!)
I have to hand it in for the test. I could technically write it there, but since we’re allowed to prepare it, I think I’d prefer that. Gives me more time to think about the unknown questions ahead of me, to try and figure out answers for which I have no idea how to propery prepare for except read the bloody texts we were given. Well, academic texts aren’t exactly my speciality. The portfolio we’ll have to hand in later will be fun to conduct. And I stll have research to do. I don’t think I’ll be any good in that presentation and I already feel incredibly sorry for my group. I hope they won’t hate me…
Puh, rant over. I still have about 1 hour until I have to leave for class (who likes classes in the evening? Noone! Noone! La-la-la-la-la-la!) so I guess I should continue working.
Have a nice day y’all :)
P.S.: The End Games is incredible! I’m about 150 pages in and I simultaniously want to shut the book and curse the characters and glue my eyes to the pages (not literally of course) because it’s so thrilling and exciting and everything a zombie-novel ought to be. If only I didn’t have all this uni-stuff to do I might have finished reading it twice.