Hi, everyone! Can't believe we're talking about studies today. I've left my school for more than half a year now. Have to be honest, I miss my school so much! Especially my best friends. High school life is the best and I will never forget about it. What an amazing 5 years.

So, what happened? After the whole year of 2017 full of stress and struggles, and almost 4 months of waiting, the results day finally came. I can't even lie, it was the most thrilling moment in my freaking life. My heart was beating faster than ever. I've never been that nervous before. I was wishing it could just end faster but at the same time, I was really scared to know my SPM results, of course.

Whatever it is, kena hadap jugak kan. The moment came. Some of my friends have been called up the stage. DAMN GUYS, I couldn't even describe the feelings. I was literally dying, lol. After a long wait, my name was called and I went up. Ya Allah. I went down the stage looking for my dad, hugged him and cried so hard. My mum wasn't there because she was working outstation that time.

Couldn't even bear to show my whole face, it was freaking red. You can see how swollen my eyes were there.

3A+ 5A 1A-. Alhamdulillah for everything. I couldn't ask for more. Couldn't believe that did it. I achieved my target. All those hard work and sacrifice were paid off. What I was looking forward too even more were my parents. Especially my mum. She had a really high hope for me, she believed in me too much that I was so scared of what will happen if I did not make it. Disappointing her was my biggest fear at that moment. But, I believe that all her hopes turned to doa. Doa seorang ibu, right?

I was quite sad that she wasn't there on the results day. Whatever it is, I'm still happy that I made her cried tears of joy! Hahahah. Also my dad, he didn't cry but his eyes were watering, and it was my first time ever seeing that. I've never seen my dad like that before. That feeling when you see how proud your parents were for you, I couldn't even describe it.

Hari Anugerah Cemerlang. This time my mum came! Hehe. But my dad didn't, he was on call.

I'm sure it's not too late yet, so congratulations to all my '00 batchmates! We all did it! No matter what your results were, it's not the end. We have a loooooong way to go, guys. Even for myself and other candidates out there who also got straight A's, it surely doesn't guarantee 100% of a bright future. There's a harder stage we're going to go through after this, which is the university life. To some of you guys who have started any pre-university programmes, I wish you a very good luck! I'm kind of excited but also not ready to start mine.

So, what's next? Well, I think I've talked about this before, how I don't have any specific ambitions yet. It's still confusing, but I'm slowly seeing the answer. I applied for scholarships, and I only got into one. It's under MARA. But the course that I got wasn't the ones I applied for. I got into an engineering course. After so long thinking about it and doing some researches about the course, I decided to reject the offer. I know, what a waste, Yana! Ugh, I don't know guys. I just feel like it's not my thing. After watching lots of videos and reading blogs about engineering, I don't think it's the right path for me. Wallahua'lam, only He knows.

I also got the matriculation programme but I decided to wait for UPU results which came out almost a month after matriculation results. I applied for a few foundation programmes and alhamdulillah I got into one. It's the one that I wanted the most. So, I decided to go for foundation instead of matriculation, and it will start soon after Raya. What course and where? I'll tell you later! Maybe after a week of orientation there, I'll update you guys on it! Stay tuned hehe.

Here's a little throwback. Graduation Day with all my awesome classmates, 5 Al Biruni 💓

Overall, I couldn't be more grateful for what I accomplished. I'm so going to miss my school life, and I'm very excited + afraid to go to the next stage of my life as a student. I read blog posts about foundation life and it sounds damn scary! Definitely, need to prepare myself mentally and physically for it.

I wish all of my '00 batchmates best of luck in the future! Whatever you're taking and wherever you are, please remember to study smart and not study hard, okay? Honestly, one of the best tips I can give to you is you need to set your nawaitu carefully. If you have the most sincere and proper niat from the beginning, insya'Allah everything will go well just as you want it to be. And of course, with Allah's will.

Till then, see you guys later!