I though I was getting somewhere, but now just adding another concept to it has thrown me again.
My nemesis from my GCSE days has returned to haunt me from almost 20 years ago.
Despite this, I'm trying to keep my head up and continuing to ensure I make time for revision and practice.
Weekend birthday celebrations came and went and we are gearing up for my eldest birthday this weekend. MORE CAKE!
More cake and lack of exercise - not a good combo. Worse still lack of study time this weekend again. But it ok, still got my nose ahead and I have planned the next few weeks out (hopefully perfectly) to be able to spend a solid week and few days manipulating my second TMA into something worth a decent mark.
Also in the news this week, I'm a celebrity has returned, filmed in my home country of Wales. Never really watched it when it was in Australia but for some reason the location and the celebs seem to appeal to me this year. Although I must admit there are times when it is such a slow moving programme.
Last night was a big footie match between Wales and Finland, couldn't help myself flicking back and forth between the 2 programmes. Wales are playing so well (more that what I can say about our rugby team at the moment). A decent 3-1 win for the Welsh and a move to the top of the group.
However, this weekend sees Wales take on Georgia in the rugby. I swear, the way they been playing I'm not keeping my hopes up despite it should be a win for us. I will still be supporting the boys as rugby rules! Wishing them luck.
Right back to it, to fry more of my brain cells with the ever so exciting algebra.
It's LOCKDOWN here in Wales again. Roads quiet, nowhere to go. Perfect time to study - MATHS - Arghhhh! Why?
What on earth made me take a math heavy course. We are only just getting started.
Stuff I should know, stuff I should have covered in school - GCSE stuff. why am I finding it so difficult to rack around in my brain for those little clues that helped me get through those my exams?
Even looking at GCSE/A level revision books is making me think - there was no way I knew how to do all this to sit an exam.
Oh yeah - it was over 20 years ago and I have had 2 kids since then. Brain mushed!!
Evenings are getting harder to concentrate and I find I don't have enough time in a day to revise.
Something has to change - revamp of that study plan.
Although, I do have a maths tutorial on Wednesday - hoping for some lightbulb moments there or it will be 1:1 tutor call for me.
Despite somehow getting 86% in the iCMA so far - I was too heavily reliant on the books with me.
TARGET: iCMA51 = minimum 90% with less use of the books.
I have just over 2 weeks to get myself up to speed and I'm a week ahead of schedule. (Hope to get week 6 out of the way this week as well) then that will give me some good groundings before I return to work - if kids will ever leave me to get a few hours peace during the best time of the day to study.
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