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On the home front, we are starting "exam week", which means that I have been spending a lot of time going over the "History of the Ancient World" as well as the first part of American History.

Fortunately, that's "my thing". I'm an absolute disaster when it comes to math. But there are other people around for that. Maybe they can tutor *me*! :D

Also, I have found that the internet has most of the study guides/books for review. Which is great, because the days of everyone having a book to take home seem to have gone away.

What is YOUR subject? The one where you can provide the most help to a young student? Which subjects are you absolutely dreading being asked about?


The topic entries are due this evening: http://therealljidol.livejournal.com/856970.html

Celena actually had hers done this weekend, I just have to make sure it gets up! :D

The adults seem to be posting their entries just fine though, so make sure to check those out! http://therealljidol.livejournal.com/857237.html


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Jun. 1st, 2015 04:09 pm (UTC)
Apologies for falling off the map, had a bit of a long month there ... hope everyone's doing well!

I've never been good at math - it always took more work than I was willing to put into it. (I muddled my way through college calculus.) And nowadays math and physics just bounce right off of me. Of course, if I applied myself, that might be different?

In real life, I actually lecture classes on computer nerd things, so I'd like to think I'm good at that. :-) There's that writing thing, too: been practicing that. And I think I still have a good grasp of biology, though I'm sure genetics is a bit more advanced than when I was in high school ...
Jun. 1st, 2015 06:11 pm (UTC)
My 'subject' is English Literature - specifically things like Shakespeare, which I have studied and analysed at degree level. I don't know how many times I have had to help younger siblings out!
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