SCHOOL STORIESYou need good A-levels to get a good job, they say. But they don’t know what it means to be good at school. School is more than a bit of memorisation and discipline. School does something to the people who attend it. And only you can decide whether it changes you positively or negatively. This is my story.
SCHOOL STORIESFour weeks after my written examinations, my oral exam in ethics was coming up. It was a strange four weeks full of philosophical theories, study stress and free afternoons. I was looking forward to the exam day with excitement. Would my efforts pay off and be rewarded with a great point average?
SCHOOL STORIESAfter my last day of school, a stressful period of preparation for school leaving examinations began. My study plan didn’t work out and the exams themselves were rather surprising. Here you can get an insight into my everyday life during two exciting weeks.
SCHOOL STORIES I have survived the last few weeks of school: 12/2, which is supposed to be the shortest and most stressful course semester of high school. It was indeed extremely short (hello Corona …) and quite stressful, but also surprising in many ways.
SCHOOL STORIES At the weekend you have time for yourself and can recover for the coming school week? Unfortunately, you thought wrong! In high school, weekends mainly mean catching up and studying. Nevertheless, there are reasons to look forward to them.
SCHOOL STORIES As I’m entering the ethics room, I have no idea how crazy this lesson is going to be. I haven’t expected that there has been a small problem with the assessment of our last exam and that this problem would lead to so many funny moments.
SCHOOL STORIES2020 was going to be my year. 2019 hadn’t always been easy, so I resolved to make 2020 the best year ever. I was looking forward to finally taking control of my life and doing all the things I had always wanted to do. And until February, everything was indeed going according to plan. Then COVID-19 came along.
SCHOOL STORIESSchool days are sometimes pretty crazy. Especially when there’s still a math test to write on the last day of school for the year and a virus called Corona has a firm grip on the day’s schedule.