EJU = Examination for Japanese University Admission for international student
It was on 11th November 2012. A beautiful yet horrifying date.
And now I can breathe again. I've never studied like that in my 19 years of life. I went to the library like my life depends of it. On the last week, the Physics's sensei held night classes for those wanting to go and I went for 4 out of 5 days. So it's basically 14 hours at school. Came back for class, had to face a bit more homework. Even after a night sleep, I still felt drained.
On the 10th, Saturday night, I cried. MUAHAHAHA
. The trigger is... unable to order a McDonald delivery. Silly right? That's what I got when I tried holding all my frustration and tiredness, inside /kicksself/
First thing first, I didn't plan to cry or anything, but when I had to break the news to one of my friends that we can't order due to the rain, my voice cracked and then the tears dropped. Emotional idiot is emotional.
Perhaps one or two people saw me so I made a run from it and calmed myself down, away from people. The friend I talked to, she wrote a note to me (which I didn't read until my roommates fell asleep)
saying: "元気で生きる！あなたならきっとできるよ！” ー『Come on live happily! Because you are you, things will definitely go right!』( Pictures and more talkCollapse )
Here is a detailed blog entry by our Physics's sensei, Toshi Nagata sensei: 2012第２回EJU