SPM, oh, SPM.
I think we're all at that horrible stage where we look at our books and have a tough time bringing ourselves to read them 'cause we've read it all before, but not enough times to tackle model papers. Option one would be to attempt to slog through everything again and risk falling asleep, wasting precious studying time. Option two would be to get started on 'em model papers anyway and risk doing so badly that we end up utterly demoralised and are reduced to wandering around the Internet, wasting precious studying time.
(No, that does not explain what I'm doing here. This is me being lazy again.)
For whatever reason, I'm not feeling the panic/sense of urgency other SPM-takers seem to feel; I'm almost jealous. My drive seems to have vanished after trials, which is not a good thing at all. The fact that I did quite well further cements my feeling of it's-gonna-be-okay-ness, something I've been dying to shake off. What gives?
Let sleeping dogs lie.
Perhaps it's the fact that I'm looking to the future so much. Almost every day, I think of college and uni, and wonder where and who I'll be by the time I get there. It's intriguing and exciting, for sure. It's also distracting me from my studies, apparently. Grr.
Maybe I should set a study quota. Like, NO SLEEP UNTIL YOU STUDY THIS MUCH.
Sounds like a plan!