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Agham

Agham

by Marvin Diegor (Student Contributor)


Another day, another class; and the subject for today: Science. It is defined as the study-of-the-physical-and-natural-world-and-phenomena- especially-by-using-systematic-observation-and-experiment! Well, that’s a mouthful isn’t it?

To be honest, I’m not very good at it. But for today, we were tasked to answer General Science, Biology, Chemistry and (heartbeat sound effects) Physics. I was lucky enough to correctly answer at least 7 questions out of 20 per topic! Phew, it was so hard.

Right then and there, I thought: would this be my situation when I’m sitting in the once-a-year UPCAT? Or maybe, the Ateneo College Entrance Exam or that of De La Salle University? Would my minimal knowledge in Science be a hindrance to achieving my dreams? I shuddered at the thought. Well, that won’t happen… I hope. AND I trust my lecturers at Ahead to teach the right things to me.

Just recently, I actually had fun learning about Science thingamajigs. We were grouped into fives and I was lucky enough to have knowledgeable group mates. But even with their knowledge, we still didn’t win. It was a close fight though. The winning team was only 2 points ahead of us. Anyways, I realized that I didn’t have to know everything, only the important things that I need to get through life. Most professionals didn’t need to know everything, but at least they’re not dumb-struck when they are asked, “What is the most abundant gas on Earth?” Well? FYI, it’s Nitrogen which comprises 70% of the Earth’s atmosphere (nope, it’s not Oxygen, which was my mistake too).

My confidence has developed a bit and that’s good enough for me! I still got a year left (which is my fourth year). Well, two months actually since UPCAT is on August 1 or 2, 2009 (heartbeat sound effects getting louder). Well, when the time comes, I’ll be sitting there with all the things I learned. And when I pass, the rest, as they say, will be history; and I shall never forget how a little group of five had fun on how they learned what kind of animals develop a placenta.

Good luck to all aspiring Iskolars ng Bayan, Green Archers, and Blue Eagles!

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La Salle Day!

Today is not just an ordinary Monday.

To those taking up the La Salle Greenhills High School Entrance Exam, Monday is really the day to start with! Keep your head high and be confident.

We are greeting every LSGH HS exam takers a happy day AHEAD! Do well in the exam and congratulations! 🙂

It’s a green world!

What do you think of color green?

Green reminds us of growth, renewal, and environment. It also signifies life.

But for those who just took up the De La Salle University College Entrance Test or DLSUCET, green means new beginings. Last October 5, 11 and 12, DLSU opened its gates for the aspiring green archers.

Likewise, La Salle Greenhills had their entrance exam for upcoming high school students last October 9.

We are greeting you in advance for a job well done! We hope to see you next year in De La Salle.

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