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12 February 2009

Summer session?

It is about time to think about summer plan. What I did last year was taking two courses for major requirement, which is a great way to catch up with the grade level and keep on track.

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01 November 2008

Stay Healthy over Midterm Week!

It is midterm week again. Everyone gets so busy with school work. Besides that, the weather is getting horrible. It was still hot couple days ago, but now it is raining so hard and getting so cold!

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22 September 2008

Stress for Midterms?

Can’t believe that first midterms are starting next week. I just don’t feel like school has started for a month already. I believe that there’s a lot of you feeling the same way too. I hope everyone feel well prepared, or at least not procrastinated till the last minute =)

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