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Reflective piece on my experiences in Year 9.

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´╗┐English James An College Year 9 By Vir Agarwal Reflective Piece on Year 9 Over the past 6 - 7 months on my journey in year 9, it?s been a rollercoaster ride. I had to move schools from The Knox School to now Mount Waverley Secondary College. It?s been a very tough experience. Getting to know the teachers, all my classmates and especially the course outline and the studies which are the most important part of a school. Since joining Mount Waverley Secondary College, I have especially learnt a lot academically. The school and my classmates have been very supportive. They have offered me many opportunities and encouraged me in every which way possible and I have passed every hurdle it has thrown at me. I have had many ups and downs during this 6 months and I have mostly enjoyed all of them so far. In this reflective piece, I would like to portray my major achievements and some of the things I haven?t done that well on. ...read more.

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Another major achievement was I made a table all by myself in an elective called Woodwork. It was a tough struggle for the first, two to three weeks and after I got through the struggle, I got a rhythm and soon found one of my passions. We had to make a coffee table which would be big enough to be usable by 4 people. The top of the table was joined together with 4 different pieces of wood to join to one. Slowly, I could see what the end picture would look like. The legs were two pieces of wood joint together into one tall piece. I had to make 4 pieces of this. The slowly I had to join the legs together once they had dried. Then put the shelfing in which consisted of 4 pieces of wood on the bottom layer. Then at the last lesson, put the top on which was the end piece and I had really enjoyed the whole thing which lasted for 2 terms. ...read more.

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I was devastated when I heard this. He was my bestest friend that anybody could have and I was very thankful that he was in my life. I had bought him his favourite XBOX 360 game which was obviously FIFA 12 which I love very much as well. I wish him luck and hope to catch up in the near future. Well, my year 9 journey has been a tough, weird, exciting, any word you want to describe it with. I have dearly loved every moment of it and I am looking to my rest of my journey in year 9 which I hope will be even better than the previous semester. I will be approaching end of year exams and hope to do well and make myself proud and make my parents proud as well. Also, I hope I do well in the Australian Open coming up in January which I am very excited about and hopefully get good courts which will appear on television. Thanks for reading! ...read more.

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