Other great thing is, I've won a tender for young, talented people. This means that I will soon be able to buy a nice computer for the several tasks I'd use it for. This includes teaching, learning, drawing. For that matter, I'll have to make a documentation about how I properly use this machine.
I'd like to continue with physics. It is probably the hardest subject for me since I haven't learned physics in a while. We have a quite nice textbook (which I haven't bought yet) and a kind but rigorous teacher. The actual subject is really diverse and interesting but we have to make lab reports which is very exhausting, especially because there's a lot at stake...
This is my favorite one. It happens to be quite proportional and mature.
And here comes chemistry: fine subject, fairly good practical lessons with a lot of titrations, but also electric pH, conductivity and absorbance measurements. We have a very kind teacher and several textbooks, each full of mistakes.
My very first live nude drawing, the model's name is Gyuri. I've drawn it at Laura's high school.
The next subject I want to talk about is biostatistics. I really like this subject. I don't really go to the lectures, but at the practices we learn how to do statistical tests with Excel, which is nice. We also learn about the principles of statistics and altogether I would call it really useful.
Let's start with the least interesting subject, medical sociology. We have lectures and seminars and a wonderful textbook. We also make a group project about the social isolation of tattooed people. Our final grade is based upon our project (field study) and a test (called demonstration). Basically, we learn about the interactions between medical care and society but also about the common health and finance issues.
This is also Laura, surrounded by several objects.
I guess I also haven't told you about Bernadett yet. I've met her at KOKI. I've remembered her face from earlier when I've seen her in a video (about KutDiák) and asked her if she was the person I've thought her to be. She was. After this incident, we've met again and talked about university and research. She's also told me about a tender which I decided to go for.
I will also have to bitch about the registration process at my university. I've had to fill out and sign a lot of papers and have a bunch of diagnostic tests for my registration. It included lungs, blood, urine and feces. So for now I must be really healthy.
You have to know about Laura that she's come to Bét Orim from a Christian family. She's written an email to my father and when she went there, my mother told her about the drama group. So basically that's how we know each other.
After the camp I went to the sólet fesztivál with the theatrical company to advertise our group. I've met Ricsi and Laura there. We just went to random people and asked them if they wanted to join us. They've usually rejected our kind invitation but not Béla who is a member of the group since then.
First thing first, I went to freshman's camp. It was great. Really. We had a lot of fun that week with my mates. We had really good programs, a lot of drinks, good talks, lots of people. I've found a bunch of people there I've known from somewhere else like biology competitions and chemistry camps.