So today was the day of my MUSIC EXAM >:
i stayed at home instead of going to school, to cram in that last minute practice before my exam.
I was supposed to wake up at 8 am. SUPPOSE TO. but i slept in for another hour. :)
so, at 9'o'clock, I dragged myself out of my beautifully warm bed and into the freezing cold.
from there, i practiced until my fingers bled.
NAH JKS, i'm not that hard working.
i just practiced for 4 hours, with a break between each hour.
so then, after that practice i packed up and ate lunch and sat around my computer, being a cool person and refreshing this blog over and over. since i had no viewers >:
i was calm, not nervous anymore and i was fairly confident i could achieve a high mark.
BUT THEN NO. MY TUTOR JUST HAD TO CALL ME AND WARN ME ABOUT MY STRICT EXAMINER AND HOW THE STUDENTS BEFORE ME WEREN'T GETTING THE HIGH MARKS THAT THEY SHOULD HAVE BEEN.
AND THAT I SHOULD PRACTICE... MORE >:
so after that urgent phone call, i went back to practicing the things i had practiced and practiced and practiced :(
it's so ironic how A WHOLE YEAR of practice all leads up to just a few minutes, where anything could happen. but then again, that's life. :<
damn life. :(
but then again if the examiners took in my practice into account, i would most definitely fail.
because i always have these unnecessary breaks during my practice time.
BUT BACK ONTO THE STORY, I headed over to the exam centre, was a whole hour early, met my friend, tested each other on our music stuff, waited, panicked, calmed down, started shaking, tried to calm down, started going red :<
and so i entered the exam being half nervous.
BUT IT WAS ALL GOOD SINCE THE EXAMINER WAS NOT AS STRICT AS THEY ALL TOLD ME (:
and my result was:
so this makes it another success, but another failure in a way. i just can't seem to pull out of the A's and jump into the A+ group.
THERE'S ALWAYS NEXT YEAR (:
PS. THANK YOU TO ALL THE PEOPLE WHO TEXTED ME 'GOOD LUCK', IT REALLY DID MAKE A WORLD OF DIFFERENCE, THANK YOU!
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