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Awkward Timetable Much?


Because we got ours in the mail a while ago. And I was so damn confused on how to read it; but realized it was the school trolling me.

Everyone else had very normal looking schedules, with the blocks all neatly lined up, easy to read. (Though they still suffered from confusion; which further confused me because they had no reason to be confused.)

Guys, I can’t, I just can’t.

Apparently, I get almost half the credits I need for graduation in grade 10. Awesome. 😀

With all my spares, if I tuck in another 5 credit course, I get 51 credits, which DOES put me over half. BUT, with all that spare time, I can get ANOTHER one.

Hmm, Bio and Chem and leave Physics 20 and Bio and Chem 30 for grade 11? And then do a bunch of university stuff in grade 12?

Sounds good, but that gives me 9 hour days 4/5 days. WHICH IS CRAP. QQ

 

(BTW, LOL WEDNESDAY IN 2nd SEMESTER. DOUBLE MATH,  LA, AND I’M GONE.)

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2 responses

  1. Wow….lol I could not understand that whatsoever. Is this a block schedule? If so, I’ve always wondered about block scheduling. I’ve sadly been on a traditional 7/8 period day for the last like 6 years…

    August 21, 2012 at 2:30 pm

    • It is a block system, with a really strange organization formula. I could post the blocking table if you wanna take a look xD

      I think I’ve now gone through the 3 main types of timetables. Elementary was teacher rotation; Jr. High was the US system, and now this :L

      Lol, but your confusion is not misplaced, my schedule is a lot weirder than most people’s xD *Starts school at 9 on some days, and ending at 5:13 >_>)

      August 21, 2012 at 2:39 pm

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