To join the “finished forever” posts which seem to looping with people being smashed in the face with reality harder than Kim Kardashian when she got pounded by Ray J in a hotel. Or harder than when Chris Brown battered the shit out of Rihanna. Or harder than a crack addict when he realises he’s on the come down in the middle of the sea and can’t get more crack. Either of these abusive descriptions will do.
Either way, I’m finished forever and I’m glad. It’s a year later than normal students because I suffered from laziness, procrastination and rejection from the one true uni I wanted to go to out of my five choices. Ain’t dat about a biatch!? Anyway, a lot of people I knew finished last year and to put it lightly, fucked off and I haven’t heard from many since but such is life. We move on to progress and all that. I don’t regret this year because I’ve made great friends, realised my goals in life, had a year with great people and just generally enjoyed myself. Except chemistry but I only suffered six months of that.
I also found out some great news today. I contacted Aberystwyth university to find out whether the Welsh Baccalaureate counted towards the 260 UCAS points that I need to achieve to get in. I’ve found out that, if I pass it - which I have, then it does count. That means I only need 140 UCAS points to get in. I already have 60 from chemistry (E) and physics AS (also an E - yeah, I hated them) which leaves me with 80 UCAS points to achieve for entry. Except, I already have at least 80 UCAS points because I had a C last year in applied business and I’ve definitely bettered it to a B or possibly an A. Then there’s maths which I think I’m almost guaranteed at least a B in but we’ll wait and see on that one.
Oh, I also found out that I’ve apparently grown too. Maybe in six years, I’ll be average height! That’s wishful thinking though.