Friday, 6 May 2011

Back to school

In 2 weeks G’daughter has her Law exam or at least part of it.  They seem to do their exams in dribs and drabs now.  She struggles with revision and says she cannot do it without me.  So we have already done about 8 hours with many more to come.  Law is her first exam, then comes Child development, Science, Graphics and quite a few more.

Law though i knew nothing about before i started.  At the beginning of the year we did about 18 hours for her mocks and if i remember rightly she got an A for that so we are hoping for an A* this time.

I now know far more about law than i ever figured I'd need, but if it is going to help i do it willingly.  She is on her own with German though, learning that on the quick to help is just beyond me.

You have to laugh though because one of her friends is coming round her house to revise with her because she is struggling with the revision too.  Soon i will have a little school lol.  They do seem to do the exams very different from when i did mine.  We did 2 years of study then an exam at the end.  They learn a bit, then an exam, then another bit, then another exam. 

If she gets good high grades then she can choose what she wants to do at college, low grades and she has to take what they will accept her for.

Well enough about that, what else is happening.  Well did i tell you about the revision ha, ha.

To be quite honest the days are just going by pretty much the same each day.  Get up, housework, eat, computer, bed.  Sounds boring but sometimes the predictability of each day can be a blessing, and of course i am never alone, there is always my God by my side to talk to and put a smile on my face as we sing and share the day together.

Jenny <><


  1. I know I love ordinary days, they are the best!

  2. It seems all exams for the kids today Jenny,I agree.No wonder some of them lose heart.Ordinary days are popular with me too LOL!Take Care God Bless Kath xx