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went to bed at twelve. fell asleep at three.

Bored. Somebody send me a friendly message or an insult.

fozzybear217:

taylorgotthathellagoodhair:

Getting up at 5am to revise Maths, because I need an A for Oxford/Warwick, my dream universities, and I WILL get that. Sacrifices must be made for the things you want, such as sleep or reading in the morning. Just that one extra hour of studying could be the difference between getting into your dream university and being rejected, so make the right decisions.

and one less hour of sleep could literally ruin the living shit out of your clarity of mind thus leading to the extra hour awake being utterly useless.
keep the same sleep hours (7+ hours) and sacrifice your entertainment on a night if you’re going to do that. Sleep is very important for clarity of mind and being able to think mathematically. I find if my mind is not clear when doing maths, it all goes wrong. It seems to be a thing for a lot of people too. 

fozzybear217:

taylorgotthathellagoodhair:

Getting up at 5am to revise Maths, because I need an A for Oxford/Warwick, my dream universities, and I WILL get that. Sacrifices must be made for the things you want, such as sleep or reading in the morning. Just that one extra hour of studying could be the difference between getting into your dream university and being rejected, so make the right decisions.

and one less hour of sleep could literally ruin the living shit out of your clarity of mind thus leading to the extra hour awake being utterly useless.

keep the same sleep hours (7+ hours) and sacrifice your entertainment on a night if you’re going to do that. Sleep is very important for clarity of mind and being able to think mathematically. I find if my mind is not clear when doing maths, it all goes wrong. It seems to be a thing for a lot of people too. 

if you love yourself and others please wear deodorant

i’m east asian

i have a genetic mutation, i don’t need deodorant

hell yeah genetic mutations

(Source: souljaboy2007)

proletarian:

post-leftism

proletarian:

post-leftism

russia being rabid annoys me because north korea borders russia.

to hell with all of them.

sixty-three days left.

i still feel like a cow in a slaughterhouse.

Sep 7

(Source: courtleymausoleum)

Sep 2
Wi-fi strength, visualized.

Wi-fi strength, visualized.

i don’t give a fuck if you think you’re progressive.

only gullible idiots defend north korea. fools who have buried themselves in a dogmatic pile of shit.

anti-imperialism, etc, etc, i know, and believe me, i care. just don’t use a fascist dictatorship based on a personality cult that treats its working class like slaves as a symbol. you’re defending everything progressivism stands against. the enemy of an enemy is not neccesarily a friend.

dialogue is good. but seriously, i can’t stand idiot oh-so-rebellious cunts who fall for fucking nk.

see how the soviet union treated poland? they said they were anti-imperialist.

There’s nothing more funny than a Maoist or a Soviet sympathizer trying to castigate people for being imperialist.

Tibet? Afghanistan?

I think big countries, regardless of ideology, tend to be imperialist.

wizzard890:

yeltsinwasright:

kosherqueer:

armisael:

i know its supposed to be like social list but did anyone think this through

organize the things you love, like the economy

collaborate in the workplace

share lists, photos, and the means of production

wizzard890:

yeltsinwasright:

kosherqueer:

armisael:

i know its supposed to be like social list but did anyone think this through

organize the things you love, like the economy

collaborate in the workplace

share lists, photos, and the means of production

nantajoong:

minarchist:

But it’s effective. Korean schools are among the best in the world.

I hope you do realize that this is bullshit analysis with regards to the Korean education system and how the Korean education system has consistently achieved some of the highest test scores in the world. 
At the very basis the reason why Korean education system has allowed for students to do so well in tests measuring their scholastic ability in math and science lies in not the long hours but rather because the Korean education system’s higher standard of curriculum. 
If you’ve ever been in a Korean school, which I know you haven’t, you’d understand that the level of mathematics or science taught from an early level are much higher than that of the United States. 
You start learning basic algebra concepts around the 2nd and 3rd grade, alongside geometry in a math education system where you learn algebra and function concepts for one semester and geometry for one semester in the school year. 
What this means is by the time Korean kids have graduated elementary school they have already finished a level of math curriculum equal to the US high school level of Geometry and Algebra 2. 
The reason why Korean kids gain higher scores on standardized tests is not because of the longer hours, but rather because they have a stronger curriculum and therefore a stronger grasp upon mathematical concepts.
The same goes for science, and for reading as the Korean classes, which in the US would be the English classes, is focused entirely on literature and reading.
You can talk about the test scores but you also can’t ignore the various dark sides of the Korean education system like that fact that it has the highest development rate of mental illness and the lowest happiness and satisfaction of education among children of OECD countries
In some districts almost 50% of students showed signs of depression while 1 in 5 needed medical treatment for depression according to a clinical psychologist. Let that sink in
The Korean education system is neither healthy nor is it working. 

nantajoong:

minarchist:

But it’s effective. Korean schools are among the best in the world.

I hope you do realize that this is bullshit analysis with regards to the Korean education system and how the Korean education system has consistently achieved some of the highest test scores in the world. 

At the very basis the reason why Korean education system has allowed for students to do so well in tests measuring their scholastic ability in math and science lies in not the long hours but rather because the Korean education system’s higher standard of curriculum. 

If you’ve ever been in a Korean school, which I know you haven’t, you’d understand that the level of mathematics or science taught from an early level are much higher than that of the United States. 

You start learning basic algebra concepts around the 2nd and 3rd grade, alongside geometry in a math education system where you learn algebra and function concepts for one semester and geometry for one semester in the school year. 

What this means is by the time Korean kids have graduated elementary school they have already finished a level of math curriculum equal to the US high school level of Geometry and Algebra 2. 

The reason why Korean kids gain higher scores on standardized tests is not because of the longer hours, but rather because they have a stronger curriculum and therefore a stronger grasp upon mathematical concepts.

The same goes for science, and for reading as the Korean classes, which in the US would be the English classes, is focused entirely on literature and reading.

You can talk about the test scores but you also can’t ignore the various dark sides of the Korean education system like that fact that it has the highest development rate of mental illness and the lowest happiness and satisfaction of education among children of OECD countries

In some districts almost 50% of students showed signs of depression while 1 in 5 needed medical treatment for depression according to a clinical psychologist. Let that sink in

The Korean education system is neither healthy nor is it working. 

(Source: koreanstudentsspeak)

I don’t have a problem with bombing ISIS, but bombing ISIS obviously isn’t the long term solution to addressing the problem of Sunnis being a minority in Iraq.

It’s Tumblr, so I feel like I have a right to indulge myself in offloading stupid emotional garbage since I use my blog as a diary.

Love is the most poisonous, debilitating, wretched thing I have ever had to deal with in my short life of eighteen years, of which six has been dedicated to toiling under the most nonsensical education system in the developed world, in isolation, in two male schools full of people I hate, can’t talk to openly, or can only befriend in a dismal way.

Ninety days left.

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