Partition of Class

30 Dec

The new school year’s gonna start, so the partition of class is necessary. Most of the classmates of mine split heavily, because I think the person who’s in charge of this is very cruel and cold-blooded. <_<

I’m going to form 2 (or grade 8) next year. There were 14 classes in form 2, likewise. The ‘A’ classes, from class A1 to A6. The ‘B’ classes, from class B1 to B6. The ‘C’ classes, from class C1 to C2. Altogether there’re 14 classes, 6 ‘A’ classes, 6 ‘B’ classes and 2 ‘C’ classes. But during my sister’s year, there were only 5 ‘A’ and ‘B’ classes respectively, with 4 ‘C’ classes.

I was divided to class A6 originally, but they swapped places for me with another prefect in class A5. So, now I’m in class A5. I was like… What the hell? How could they changed class for me without my permission? I’m die-hard now to wait for school to start to ask the people-in-charge why.

A big majority of my former classmates went to class A6, that’s the sad thing. But I don’t really mind who’s going to the same class as me next year, hopefully not with a bunch of freaks and show-offs.

My best friend is going to Singapore next year, which she told me yesterday during our chat. She’s going to a not-renowned school there. This friend once told me that she wanted to go to Nanyang Girls’ School, but judging by the looks of that, she failed the entrance test to Nanyang Girls’ School. She’s not as intelligent as me (poker face), that’s the fact.

My sister said that her actions were all pointless since the school I’m studying now had more fame at international stage and more better than the school my friend’s going in Singapore.

Why spend money on something useless? I also thought the same thing. But I think that maybe her parents wanted their child to be “Singapore-educated”, in many ways, though. Because my friend’s dad and mom is the Alumnus of NUS (National University of Singapore).

My sister said this is very superfluous. Why don’t they (the parents of my friend) get married there, become citizens of Singapore, live there and raise up their children there?  Why all fuss of coming back to Malaysia then? She said. That made quite some sense.

Now I just want to find out why I’m being swapped places with another prefect. NOW!! Time to go, bye. 😀

-P

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