Saturday, April 5, 2008


I've just finished answering some NMAT reviewers, and I now realize I do not yet know a lot of things, even basic multiplication.

It's funny how the world operates: the more we know, the more we do not know. It's a universal paradox we have to live with, because a single discovery--albeit small--branches out to new nuggets of knowledge.

I don't understand why we have to learn and re-learn organic chemistry, mechanical physics, and all the structures we've memorized in biology. But the lesson is clear: I am not prepared--I do not feel prepared--to take the NMAT tomorrow.

But, I realize, that it is precisely during our moments of helplessness when we are nearest God. I trust that tomorrow, every stroke of my pen will be guided by Him who promised never to leave me nor forsake me.



Anonymous Anonymous said...

A little advice, Lance.
Don't go too "deep" in the subjects especially Chemistry. All the Organic Chemistry you'll need in the NMAT is covered under the General Chemistry course.

Mon Apr 07, 08:29:00 AM GMT+8  

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