About my secondary school life, well I studied in SMK Raja Mahadi in Klang, Selangor which is not a famous school. It's an infamous school. Lol...cos of the gangsterism and samsengs there. I guess.
Btw, I spent my most of my teenage years there, 5 years to be exact. It so hard to put all my 5 years experience there in words here. Erm... I was the school prefect since F1, and the assistant head prefect for the afternoon session during F2. I learnt a lot when I became the assistant head prefect. I felt that I did more work compared to the head prefect, as the prefect teacher always passed his work to me. I conducted the assemble every week, prepare the duty schedule for the prefects, write reports occasionally, read the "ikrar" every week and so on. The head prefect merely walk around and inspect the prefects. But anyway, I look at it positively as I actually gained more experience as compared to him.
Then PMR years in F3, werent that bad. Lot's of stress too, which I think it's normal. In F3, I went to tuition for the first time, cos I was afraid that I cant get straight A's in PMR. But later, I felt the tuition was really waste of money as I can do revision myself, and the tuition just kept repeating what I already know that made me felt so bored of it. After stopping tuition, I had more time to do revision myself and managed to get good results.
In F4, things started to change. I started to hate my school, the teachers and so on. The teachers are not good enough, especially my English replacement teacher. My first English teacher in F4 was very good, but she left for Australia not long after started teaching my class. Then had a few replacement teacher and the last one was the worse. She cant speak English properly, she cant pronounce English words properly and she's not even an English teacher. I remember that once, me and my friends asked her a word which we are not sure of the meaning. She explained and explained ......as if she knows the word, but when we checked the dictionary, it's nothing near what she told us. Was so disappointed. My whole year in F4 learnt nothing about English. We ended up teaching her English instead. Imagine students teaching an English teacher, English?
That's why in F4, I started to join tuitions again. Tuition centre is my second home. I kinda like my tuition centre actually, it's Pusat Tuisyen Delta, which is famous in Klang. However, the tuition centre owner, Mr Low(also my add maths tutor) is money minded. He kept raising the fees, charged us extra fees like nota fees and so on. But he's teaching was really good, I like his method of teaching add maths. It really works for me. I also like my other tutors like Mr Yeoh, my physics tutor and Ms Tay (Mr Low's fiancee), my Accounts tutor. Mr Yeoh's teaching is never a boring one, he used his laptop to teach us, with those interesting powerpoint slides, and his method of teaching is really good too. He's really a dedicated teacher too, he's willing to organise free extra classes, stay back late to help the students and many more. I really like him. Ms Tay, I admire her a lot because she's so young, beautiful and yet so succesful. She's really a good teacher too, she's really good in Accounts and she taught me a lot of things besides account. I think she's the woman behind Mr Low's success.. hehe...
Wow, so tired *wipes of sweat* and yet I'm only halfway through. *fuh*
I wonder if there's anyone who's willing to go through this post without missing a word...lol..
Anyway, in F5, I was elected as the Group leader in prefect board. I was given a group of prefects and I have to supervise them, write reports about them and so on. Anyway, by F5, I was very disappointed about the prefect system. Firstly, the prefect teachers elected those samsengs to be prefects. They thought they can control the naughty ones easier this way, which I felt is a total failure. Spotchecks failed, discipline problem kept rising and prefects (those samseng prefect) themselves cant be controlled. I really dont know how the teachers think. Besides, they also elect those newly elected prefects to hold important and high ranks in the prefect board. The head prefect was also a newly elected prefect, merely 1 year of experience. Whereas, most prefects with 4 years of experience were not given any position. I was very disappointed with the system. Not that I wan to be a head prefect or hold any ranks, but there are a lot better prefects which are better than the newly elected ones. My classmate, for example, can really be a good prefect as he really can show his leadership qualities and his caring attitude is really a plus point. But wonder why the teachers cover their eyes. Somehow, I ended up not a good prefect in F5 due to my disappointment, skip duties to spend my time in class to study.
Anyway, that's a "brief" summary of my secondary school years. Hope u guys are not bored. You guys arent bored, are u?