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What Have I Done?

So, the first half of this semester has ended, and it has been a bit of a mess. I missed a few classes, didn't do some of the assignment, made late revision for certain subjects and a bit unprepared. My discipline is a bit lower this time around, but that doesn't mean I didn't cover up for it. Alhamdulillah for my midsem exams, because I did quite well in them. As for my studies, I don't think I have much problems with them. As long as I keep on studying, doing revisions, focus in lectures and ask a lot, I should be doing fine in the other midsems and final exams.

I am blessed with not having much problems in my studies and academics stuff. That's all the more reasons for me to help others in their studies.

Among my batch, nothing changed much. From my point of view, most of them are still busy with their programs and events, so the first half prove to be quite challenging in term of finding suitable time to study. In fact, less of them seek help from me nowadays. I will never know the reasons, but I believe it is because they are improving in their own way. They can handle themselves in studying in their own groups or alone. May you guys improve a lot for this semester :)

For my juniors, there are many groups who are very active in getting together to study. Most seek help from me in the earlier semester, but now they are more independent and can handle the studies among themselves. I only monitor them for a while and answer some questions from time to time. It's good that they are starting a new studying culture among them :) But sadly, that only applies to Calculus.

For some reasons, they are super-ready when it comes to Calculus. But for another core subject, which is programming in C++, most of them are truly unprepared. Perhaps it was because they are ready for the difficulties in Calculus, and they didn't know that C++ will be as hard as Calculus, if not harder. But let that be a lesson for them: all core subjects here in PPSM is hard. No easy way, no shortcut, all hard work and effort.

I just want to help them realize that it is not impossible to achieve high, no matter how hard the obstacles are. Everyone can do it if they are willing to push themselves above their limit. Honestly, it is hard for me to say this to my batch, but that doesn't mean I've given up on them. There are still a lot of time to improve. I just hope that the juniors will improve on what we did right, and learn from our mistakes.

All in all, it's not about me helping them all the time. It's about them improving to be the better of themselves in their studies. It's about them helping themselves first. It's about creating a better PPSM community, where everyone will help others first. A community filled with students who love knowledge and Maths.

It will be a long road before PPSM will be a better community, but let's start small, slowly but surely.

Still have a lot of different things to write. Wait for daily updates :)


  1. weyh, aku dah habis semester kedua tahun ketiga.
    tinggal nak submit this final assignment minggu depan.
    tu je nak bagitahu kau.
    kau apa kabar?

  2. ya Allah weh lama dah aku tak bukak Skype. Alhamdulillah good to know you're doing well in your academic progress.
    Alhamdulillah aku ok jer :) Sekarang tengah nak merajinkan diri membaca banyak2 hehe

  3. baca apa weyh?
    aku ada piles of literatures regarding pedagogy.
    nak? hihi

  4. naaaaak. bawak balik nanti please hehe


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