Report February - Logistics
Hey! What’s up?
I’m great because all the exams are passed, so I can finally break free! Oddly enough, but these exams seemed to me the most difficult ones in my life, though I had to pass a lot of exams before. I have never felt so insecure of results. It should be said that the people here take exams way more seriously than in Ukraine: professors put special baffles between students so that nobody can cheat. Moreover, there is always at least a couple of inspectors in the class, lurking among students and searching for cheaters. They are even scarier than the exam itself. Another interesting thing is that all the exams are in paper form, even those which refer to computer work, like informatics, for example. No one have ever heard of oral examination when you to examiner face to face.
All in all, I’m happy that it is already over and I can forget about exams for the next half of a year. Now I have more time to devote it to the work. I have had a chance to go back home to my family and to make a presentation at my school about the University.
It appeared that a possibility to study abroad caught the interest of pupils. Moreover, it is easy to enter German universities, though the study here is hard. But I’m absolutely sure that it won’t stop anyone, because the study has to be hard, right? My mom always told me: “If it is easy for you to study, you do something wrong”. And now, after these exams, it seems to me that it can’t be even harder.