In preparation for the upcoming board exam this April I have enrolled to attend review classes in PNU.It might not be a biggie for some, but I’m really getting the jitters as early as now.I am so stressed, can I say that? The fear of the unknown always bugs me this way. I am even allowing myself now to be vulnerable by announcing to the world that I am taking the exam.
I am really just praying.I will try to do my best.This is the school’s first time to offer a review class with both Saturday and Sunday classes.Yes, this is the “guinea pig” batch. The school prides itself with 93% passing mark and I’m almost certain the numbers will be dragged down lower than that because of this schedule.January is over in two weeks and classes start February 2. I’m praying that the Lord will allow me to retain the things I will be fed in those classes.Yes, I gave birth without anaesthesia, via Bradley/Lamaze. But I did go under the knife, twice for a lumpectomy and excision of a swollen lymph. Both times with general anaesthesia. And it’s now taking its toll on my memory retention. Memory gap. This is the same emotions I had when I pursued to take all 18 units of education in one semester, against the warnings of my friends.
I will just have to hang on to God’s promise in this time of uncertainty.
Isaiah 41:10 “Fear not, for I am with you; be not dismayed, for I am your God. I will strengthen you, yes, I will help you, I will uphold you with my righteous right hand.”