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how was the prelims?

any comments kids???

10 comments on “how was the prelims?

  1. jean camille cadacio
    July 17, 2009

    hi ma’am gud morning poh ok lng aman poh ang exam namin caring carry jejeje kala naman namin sobrang hirap d aman poh pla muzta nman poh ang result?

  2. ronnel
    July 18, 2009

    hi ma’am ok naman po ang naging test namen sa inyo…hindi po madali at hindi rin naman po masyado mahirap….ma’am pasa ga po kaming lahat…hehehe?

  3. portiaplacino
    July 19, 2009

    wait nyo lang ang result ha. madami yun. at mahirap din mag-check. siguro pagpasok nyo next week may result na. 🙂

  4. smiley..
    July 20, 2009

    ..i knew it’s gonna be easy.. you’re just making us so scared.. hehehe.. but it’s nice that we get to memorize everything and study it by heart.. at least it’s gonna take a long time before we lose it..
    ..thanks..

  5. portiaplacino
    July 21, 2009

    im glad somebody found it easy. im even happier that someone actually managed to perfect the exam. but, there is an average of about 10 students per class who failed. and that is just sad. what’s worse, there is a section that only about half of them passed the exam. i have two more sections to check. gosh im tired. wish me luck. i think by friday i am done with checking and recording and can probably return the exams to you. lets hope!

  6. darrel gomez
    July 21, 2009

    ang easy nman ma’am nang exam nyo
    heheheheheheh
    sana pasa kami,……………
    gudluckkkkkkkkkkkkkk
    sa amin.

  7. khulet
    July 24, 2009

    i got pressured bcoz of d erasure rule mam :C
    dme q tloi lalu erasure ..
    hehe..
    mam, ung grades, xobrang liit.
    d maread kht akazoom ..
    huhu ..

    wla lng.
    ]un lng po :}
    ye subject ix absolutely interesting :]
    ayii ..

  8. ....mae...
    July 24, 2009

    ms. porcia pwede poh ba?
    na gumawa ng some activities
    para mkapasa sa
    prelim………..

  9. mina
    September 24, 2009

    hi’ ma’am,,musta po?kame po d ok..kc pnhirpan namin ang aming mga sarili kc un lang pla po ang tnong nyo,,ed ang ngyari,,50’50 ang mga mukha namin?huhu!nk2loka ma’am..peo nani2wla p rin po aq ky god n nya aq pb2yaan..hehe!tnx po god…tnx po ma’am kht ganon kc madme aqng n22nang arl s bwt pagk2mali q..at s tlong nrin po nyo..hehe!tnx po

    -nku ma’am pxenya n kau,,gusto q lng kcng ilbas ang sayang nr2mdaman q w/ him…kht ganito ang ngya2ri s aqn,,blessing p rin 2..tnx po s unwa..hehe!tnx po

    • portiaplacino
      September 25, 2009

      mina, okay lang yan. you learn. that’s the most important thing. ang god is always there to help us and to guide us. try not to worry too much.

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