4 October 2010:
Today is the last day before the first day of PMR. The subject on the first day of PMR is Malay. I was very busy preparing for it. At night, I was very worried as I was not 100% prepared. I had to leave it to fate.
5 October 2010:
Today is the first day of PMR. The subject is Malay Paper 1 and then Paper 2. After finishing the Paper 1, I was worried as it was quite difficult. I predicted to get 28/40. Later, I sat for Malay Paper 2. It was not difficult and not very easy, of course. I estimated that I have 98% chance to get A in Malay. In the afternoon I have no exam, as it is Pendidikan Islam. After going home, I studied for English and Geography.
6 October 2010:
Today is the second day of PMR. The subject is English Paper 1, Paper 2 and Geography. Both English Paper 1 and Paper 2 are easy, but not very easy. I am very confident to get A. Geography is in the afternoon. It is very easy, easier than all the school exams and the PMR trial exam. Of course, I can get A. After I go home, I studied for Science and History.
7 October 2010:
Today is the third day of PMR. The subject is Science Paper 1, Paper 2 and History. Science Paper 1 is very easy, but Paper 2 is quite difficult. Still, I am confident to get A. History is in the afternoon. It is very easy, easier than all the school exams and the PMR trial exam. Of course, I can get A. After I go home, I slept because there are 3 days break for PMR. At night, I start studying.
8, 9 and 10 October 2010:
On these 3 days there are no exam and no school. Only 3 subjects remain, Mathematics, Chinese and Living Skills. I spend most of the time studying for Chinese and Living Skills. I also asked my grandfather to teach me Mathematics. I am worried of Chinese only as I am good at Mathematics and Living Skills.
11 October 2010:
Today is the fourth day of PMR. The subject is Mathematics Peper 1, Paper 2 and Living Skills. Both Mathematics Paper 1 and 2 are easy. Living Skills is in the afternoon. It is easy but not very easy. I definitely can get A in all these 3 subjects. After that, the Malays can enjoy themselves because they have no more exam but I still have to study for the Chinese tommorow. I am quite worried of Chinese.
12 October 2010:
Today is the last day of PMR. The subject is Chinese/Tamil Paper 1 and Paper 2. Only some Chinese and Indians go to school. Chinese Paper 2 starts first. It is quite difficult and I am quite worried. However, I am lucky because the Chinese Paper 1 is quite easy. I think I can get 39/40 for Chinese Paper 1. My chance of getting A for Chinese is more than 99%. After that, I have lunch in OldTown WhiteCoffee. After going home, I start to enjoy myself for the whole day, and for the rest of the days until 2 January 2011.
This is the arrangement of the PMR subjects from the hardest to the easiest:
1. Bahasa Melayu Paper 1
2. Bahasa Cina Paper 2
3. Science Paper 2
4. Bahasa Melayu Paper 2
5. English Paper 2
6. English Paper 1
7. Bahasa Cina Paper 1
8. Mathematics Paper 2
9. Kemahiran Hidup Bersepadu (Kemahiran Teknikal)
10. Science Paper 1
11. Mathematics Paper 1
I expected the PMR results to come out on 28 December 2010. I estimated a 98% chance of getting 8A. I really hoped to get 8A in my PMR. Later, I found out that the PMR results will actually come out on 23 December 2010, not 28 December 2010. I was quite worried about it.
On 23 December 2010, I was so happy when I saw all A's on my PMR results slip. I really got 8A. This is what I hoped for since Form 1. My next mission is to get 11A's in SPM.