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February's excitement

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[b]Time flies, and the shortest month in 2018 has passed. Although February is only a short 28 days, the experience and knowledge I have gained are beyond measure. I do not know if I had mentioned before Have been to Canada's more unique education system (at least with China there is a big gap), in two semesters a year, each semester students will complete four courses in the new semester to start a different course of study, Such an approach to education has greatly reduced the pressure on students' study and given us more time to understand and master everyday learning. Therefore, February is not only the beginning of the new year but also the beginning of the new semester.
     So at the beginning of this month, I also ended my previous course and the related final exams, and of course, I am happy to be able to keep the average score of over 90 at the end of the course. I am curious about the new course, of course, but there are also some courses with some challenges, such as calculus 12, as the most difficult level math course offered by high school, it is full of challenges for me, of course There are other courses I like, such as fine arts and woodworking. These courses allow me to use my creativity as much as possible and relax my mood. Several other things that make me very happy and that I want to share with you are: As an international student, if you want to stay in Canada or other countries where English is the official language, IELTS is another challenge we face beside school grades, and the rating, of course, in the good language Environment of Nova Scotia and after my efforts, I also received my IELTS score in February: an average of 6.5, so I also recently received offer letters from four other universities, including the University of Toronto and Dalhousie University. For me to achieve my goal is a step closer.
      In addition to learning, this February is also very important to the Chinese because this year's Spring Festival is just this month. The Chinese New Year is a very important holiday for us and the most important and grand occasion for all Chinese holidays. Holiday, although we are in a foreign country we have no way to return home and spend the Spring Festival with our families, but in Halifax also has a different taste of the Spring Festival here, because each year the University of Nova Scotia several well-known universities will jointly hold the Spring Festival Evening, to foreign students who live in the warmth of their homes.
     Of course, there are also my most anticipated student activities in February --- skiing. We can ski with foreign students from other countries and from different countries. And if you come to Canada, it is essential to visit Canada in the winter. It is also a pleasure to ski here.
   Finally, there are too many things to celebrate in February. With these joys and joys, we will work hard to move forward and start a new tomorrow. Hello March !
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Posted by NSISPFC 16:06 Archived in Canada Tagged abroad study

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