286# PBL semester 3 Finale
I know this is going to be gay, because the event itself was kind of gay. And it's even more gay if i write something like this, which i don't always do.
Oh well, instead of writing shits regarding the farked up gahmen, i shall write something sweet as to balance up the "yin" element of my verbal diarrhoea.
How many of you all actually "celebrated" your last pbl (Problem Based Learning) session?
Surprisingly, we actually did. The idea of buying a cake to celebrate was just a joke, but it turned out to be real when we had someone to get one from the middle of nowhere.
About our group... To be really honest i think our group could be the most noisy group among all of the groups. Not only we have this fella who likes to fight with that fella, we also have this fella who likes to gay with that fella. And it goes on and on...
Our facilitator was not a doctor from the university, but a postgraduate who got hired for postgraduate studies. Maybe that is why we tend to be out of controlled in the class.
A "speech" wasgiven by the facilitator before the cake-cutting ceremony. He actually said that our group is very happening and he had a lot of fun with us.
I was kind of shock to hear that actually. I thought that he would advise us not to make so much of noise during our pbl or something like that.
But it turned out to be something rather positive.
But still, i don't think that our group was that screwed up. Everyone did their job well, except me of course, who didn't know what am i presenting in fact all of the times.
We have the old wise man who knows everything, that one from singapore who likes to do power point presentation, that fella who either always come with a box of tissue paper or just say that she's sick and didn't appear at all...
And that fella who always wanted to do the "Real Pbl"...
Actually i did enjoyed our pbl sessions. I did learnt quite a lot of things from the others. Everyone really did their job well and never fail to enlighten the others at the same time.
I used to have topics for investigations for 2 times in the row. I studied well my topic and presented it. In the end it did came out during exam.
I was quite thankful that the pbl session helped me during the exam. And yeah... I didn't skip any sesion of the pbl.
And most of the times, i reached at the pbl room earlier than those who stays in the vista apartment which is 100m away from the campus.
My house is 35km away from the university and i still manage to reach in time, even though i have to get stuck in traffic and make early cake before the session, if it was an early one.
Did i just mentioned cake?