Everything is done!

I have finally all my housework today. I’ve been too tired to do it for many weeks. I have done a huge chunk of my Maths work today. I am still pretty proud of myself that I can actually do Maths for the first time in my life. I feel quite sad saying that. I never had a lot of schooling. I’m catching up with things I should have learned as a child. I’m starting to feel like I’ve finally started catching up with my peers. I don’t feel like I’m 30 this year. I still feel like I’m stuck as a teenager.

I am quite nervous about getting the results of my IGCSE Biology at the end of August. If I have managed to get the C or above grade (which is what I need), then it is by some fluke because I think that I messed up the first paper. The second paper may have reinstated a vast amount of marks that I lost in the first paper. I may have to retake at some point if I haven’t made the grade. However, I can’t redo it this year because I have my Law GCSE to try to pass. I need 5 GCSEs at a grade c or above to get onto an A level program at a local college. I have English at C, Psychology at C and Sociology B. I’m still trying to pass Maths (but, I have to start at entry level 3 and work up again). I’m hoping to go on the Level 1 Functional Skills Maths fast track course (only takes 6 months) and then the Level 2 Functional Skills Maths (also only takes 6 months). Then, I can do my Maths GCSE in September 2018. I’m trying to do things as quickly as possible because I have so many levels to complete before I get up to the level where I can do my degree.