In ~10 days, I'm returning to school. Thanks to the educational system of Iceland, I can't graduate unless I pass 4 seperate courses of languages, history, psychology, life-education, math, and some science. English has been finished, since there's no grammar I needed to learn. Icelandic, my native tongue, will have stories in old Icelandic, which I can't understand at all. Then there's a nordic language which I have to learn. I failed Danish in the "special" class in 9th and 10th grade. I've not taken a course in it yet, since I'll need to finish the 10th grade course first. And then I have to learn a fourth language. German, French, or Spanish. German has too much grammar for me, since I don't know how to study, and French+Spanish sounds the same to me. (As in, the words in each language.) Then there's Biology. I don't have the memory to remember all the names of the things I need to learn. And there's math, which I'm somehow failing at. There's history, aswell, which has dates and names. And psychology later on, a subject filled up with common sense mixed with utter nonsense, with a hippy teacher whom I'd offend with my views if she gave a crap. She almost failed me for not liking Oprah, and only passed me (by 0.1) because I would raise arguments against her points during class. The only thing I'm not failing at is physics and chemistry, which are the subjects I'd like to take in University. But, no, it seems that all the books I need to learn have been translated in any language but English, and thus I have to learn those languages, too. Not to mention the fact that I've never had to study, so now I don't know how. And I have no motivation to put any actual work into it. Well, that doesn't matter, right? Just giving up and moving on is silly! You gotta keep trying forever! And, besides, there's no work that doesn't require at least high-school level of education! Nevermind that it's optional, or that nothing you learn in it is useful outside of education in a University, you just gotta finish this! :dry: /rant off. For now.