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My exam results are back, and im quite happy about my marks actually. Not tryna brag, but i made a huge improvement in my subjects and would possibly get a pass for math(when all results are tabulated). From being an ungraded student for math, I've improved to just a borderline pass. Maybe its because the paper was slightly easy, im not sure. Most of the help was actually from fostering autonomous learning. I did mostly exam papers of the same syllabus or slightly easier to master my foundation.

Nevertheless,  the topic i want to talk about is my dad. Honestly, as much as i improve in my studies, my dad is usually quite hard to impress. No matter how much i improved, or got almost full marks for a test, my dad would just be like "mmhmm okay. Next time try harder must get full marks hor"

To be frank with you, it happens quite a lot with my friend's parents too, and i got kinda pissed off about how they can't just take it as a good improvement and let me at least get out of the house? No, seriously.  I haven't been out of the house if its not for school, tuition or cca.

Its like their practically locking me inside the house. I still have tuition in the frickin holidays too. Maybe it's for my own good, maybe its because they don't want me to have a bad future, i don't even know.

Perhaps i might change my perspective on all this when i grow up. It could also be possible for me to become like that and treat my future children that way. If i have children, of course. And then my children would get pissed off and blog about it too.  :P
I guess I'm thinking way too far on this topic, but i am mad anyways.


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