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First Week

I had already experienced the first week in INTEC, Kolej Cendana and my new class, Denver~

Let's start with Cendana first!

I still staying in my old room, 1308, and the same bed, with the same housemate!
How lucky I was because I really wanted to make up for my 'sins' in last sem
Last sem, I barely stayed in Cendana
Yeah, with your house just 10 minutes walking distance from your hostel, isn't it tempting to go back to your house everyday?
But it seems I had abandoned my housemates really badly, for this sem, I want to stay in Cendana longer
One of my New Year's Resolution :)

Next, my class!

It had been just three days in my class, but I had experienced a lil' bit of all subjects' classes
For the first class, it always the introduction first
"My name is Muhammad Zafree, you can call me Zafree, I'm from Shah Alam, etc..."
That's normal, and lame~but it's not a big deal
But in one of the classes, we need to give a statement, and others need to guess whether it is true or false
For example, my friend said he likes to watch cooking show, so we guessed it's wrong, but it turns out to be true
I give this statement : "I was once a softies" (or Bapuk, I don't know the exact terms in English)
Guess it yourself
Another friend of mine give this statement : "I'm gay"
of course everybody will say "True!!!"
don't worry, he is not

I also had fun with all the lecturers
every lecturer gave a very good first impression
They can tolerate even the nastiest joke from us

My classmates?
We didn't have the opportunity to get to know each other intimately (not gaily) yet,but there will always be a chance
at least I had fun in my class :)
unlike last sem, all of my classmates now is Malay
because all students taking actuarial science are MARA sponsored
10 boys vs 11 girls~

I'm positive that I will have a great semester this time
Just don't spoil things~

Ya Allah, kurniakanlah kekuatan untuk aku menghadapi segala dugaan dan cabaran yang bakal aku hadapi


  1. memento for zafree. especially for zafree.

    college life is being at da college itself la...


  2. alyaa >> owh,sajer jer emo.hehe

    dyau >> mmg aa... tp rumah dah dekat, guner aa kemudahan tu.haha


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