Last day of school before winter break is finally here. Although the college application process is still rolling, most of the assignments from school have come to a conclusion. Physics project dominated the competition, won 4 awards out of 5: Best Picture, Best Directing/Editing, Best Special Effects and Best Sound Effects. The result of economics test was quite a surprise – 40 out of 37, best in class, considering I didn’t study for it at all while busy working on the video project. Law test was OK; calculus test was perfect (finally…); physics should be over 100% now. The only setback was the result of SAT reasoning test, which could dramatically drops my chance of going to US. So overall, not a bad way to finish the year of 2007.
As for college applications, I still have 5 essays and a couple of short answers to work on. It’s not gonna be an easy holiday season when you think about the 3 SAT subject tests in January and a TOFEL test sometime in early February.
There’s always something to cheer about during holiday seasons. Before going to the dentist, which a mentally painful experience, I got an early Christmas gift – a Lakers cap, from my mom. I wish Santa would come tomorrow night with more surprises.
Holiday tradition in Lakers Nation continues: Lakers vs. Suns at Staples Center on Christmas Day. It has been a surprising season so far for the Lakers, especially the combo of Andrew and Jordan. Kobe, who just reached 20,000 career point a few minutes ago, is still playing impressively night in and night out.
Wow, I didn’t expect I can write this much, but it has been two months since my last post and so many things has happened in the last two busy months. Now I gotta start writing the essays, and try to finished as much as I can before Christmas Eve.
Merry Christmas and have a happy holiday everyone.