Which subject in school did you find impossible to master? Did math give you hives? Did English make you scream? Do tell!
As soon as I get notification of this Daily Prompt ( Few minutes ago) I am just madly looking for my report card of 8th grade in my old stuff.(Gold stuff) and this report card will say it all 😀
Sorry about the Blur pictures but i dont have any good quality camera right now :
Mathematics : First term .. 75 , Second semester : 58 and in Final semester 44 out of 100. Maths was a monster for me, I always get puzzled in this subject and sometimes I completely left geometry portion. Algebra was also kind of tricky for me.
And i enjoyed ( Now i enjoy 😛 , on that time i cried:P ) the remarks of my class teacher.
REMARKS ON REPORT :
Second term : You have done very well in all subjects but weak in maths.
Final term : Good performance. Mathematics rules the universe. You must pay more attention to this subject to enrich and benefit yourself.
But i must add one thing more, In my final board exams of Matric ( 10TH GRADE) i got 96 / 100 😀 .. and i was Shocked and so do my all teachers except my Tuition teacher who was sure i will get 100/ 100. 😛
May Allah bless him and all of my teachers 🙂
This report card is still with me and i love this as a treasure. My class teacher was Miss Shela and My tuition Teacher was Sir Saeed. All my best wishes to them where ever they are 🙂
Afsheen, You gotta change your theme before it is too late.
What was the real cause behind the gradual decrease in the math marks?.
And what is wrong with this theme 😮 ?
Well it was some kind of hate and irritation which i feel with maths actually i hate to see numbers in front of my eyes 😀 ..
Some of the article pharagraph hides behind your post title, it is really annonying
Hmm ok i will see 😀
Now that’s a great way to spring back up on the grades! me? I went from good to decent to too horrible to speak of lol!
🙂 ,,, and i went to good to bad to too horrible 😛 ..
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I got the same comment (over and over and over again). Your invocation to Allah touched me. I have taught many students from Arab countries, and more than once I’ve been blessed with a kiss on the top of my head, and “May Allah bless you, my teacher.”
🙂 hello Martha
It is our religious practice to send Allah blessings and a way of spreading love and peace to every person whenever we see each other.
Personally I feel more calm and relax when I say these words to my friends n family. I believe with these words and prayers they will remain safe and sound. InshaAllah
May Allah bless you ameen.
And you. 🙂
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Nice post. Maths was a monster for me too 🙂
Is this the same school in north nazimabad karachi? Few of my friends studied there. And I remember joining them in their school funfairs (mela).
Well good ol’ times:-)
Yes, it is 🙂
North Nazimabad. Glad to know this Faisal.
This time Mela was at Taimuria library right ?
So I guessed it right 🙂 I am not sure where the recent Mela was held. I last attended it 15 (or so) years ago 😀 And it has been 9 years since I last visited Taimuria library for college studies.
🙂 great I did my s.s.c from there in 1996. Anyway good to know someone so close to my school.