Friday, June 9, 2017
I really liked this year in general. Most of my classes were interesting, and I learned a lot about what I want to do when I grow up and where my interests lie. I'm still a little conflicted of what I want to do a bit, but at least I've narrowed it down to chemistry, physics, or engineering. I'm happy that this year's English focused a lot on essays, and analyzing them because I think it's a useful skill for life in general. Math was the best it's ever been this year because things started having a lot more intuitive meaning than formula memorization. Let's see. I took Physics and Chemistry this year, and I thought I wouldn't like chemistry but it turned out to be really cool, well cool enough to think of as a career anyway. I like history, but I really disliked history because of how it was taught this year (only taught to the test, never any room for interesting deviation). Spanish was the hardest class I've ever had this year, but I don't think it's worth giving up because I've already dedicated four years to it. Am I missing any class? Not any that are vastly important anyway. This was a good year, and I hope it translates to a good year next year.