I tried out the exercise of Monday’s C exam. It took me nearly three hours without any hurrying. On Friday I’ll have up to four to do the same with new file and requirements. Getting a 5 should be possible. Of course if it were the real world I would have to use dynamic arrays and memory allocation but for now static does the job. By the way if they say that road repair is from 10th to 20th then is it over on 20th or on 21st?
After that some more math and a lot of schemes and facts about computers and physics exam. And then it will finally feel like summer, without all those school responsibilities.
I’ve got several ideas of what I’d like to learn while I have more free time, so I need to figure out where to start from. For those of you who freaked out because I plan to study in summer: it is huge difference when you can pick yourself what, how much and when you learn. And if something more interesting gets in the way you can continue later without worrying about all the deadlines.
But in the end I still have to start from one of them, C and C++, Java or PHP, which I have wanted to learn for more than a year I believe but never got to do it.
And then there’s English. I need to find a way not to forget what I already know. Recently I haven’t used it as much as I used to and it will have consequences. So either English book or tv-programme or some job, which I haven’t found yet.