How would the RFA(+V and Saeran) react to a MC that loves trying new and random stuff? Like, she always feels the need to do new things like gettinga tattoo or a piercing, or going on a road trip on a whim, or just deciding they are gonna learn how to knit just because they are feeling too much like a couch potato while binge watching stuff(lol this one is me) or joining a circus workout class. Sorry if it is a little confusing!
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So if I’m reading
this correctly, this MC sounds somewhat impulsive, but not reckless. more like
extremely curious…let’s see how this goes
(I’m not happy with this, but I don’t think I could make this any better. Sorry~)
he’s a worrier
he’s always kinda
standing around the side
watching you do some
sort of extreme activity
or volunteering to do
something that could potentially risk your life
i think he’s gonna
have a heart attack cos of you
but he’s okay with
your more chill activities
he’s had to some
extreme stuff for roles
so when you tell him
that you want to do the same
cos he’s hella
protective of you
but he also wants you
to be happy
learn to relax
and may even join you
whenever you do
she’s praying so hard
to jesus that nothing happens to you
she made you get life
(but she still yells
at you because your premium is so high)
even so, she actually
want you to do what makes you happy
and even if it means
that she’s on edge more often
then so be it
but she does
appreciate that your spontaneity helps with the cafe
Jumin doesn’t mind
since he has so many
things in his house for you to entertain yourself with
but he will beg you
to at least restrain yourself from doing more extreme activities
if you do ask him to
he’s more about watching you be happy
Jumin’s content with letting you enjoy whatever you wanna do
he’s the one with the
most training in learning to do a variety of different things
so he’ll be
enthusiastic in joining you
but the more
he’s extra paranoid with
the hypothetical that you’ll get injured
and sometimes he’ll
get really angry at you for even suggesting it
it’ll take a lot of convincing to let him stand back and let you do what you want
he’s so concerned for
your safety when you tell him about your desire to do things without much of a
but then you refute
his concerns by reminding him that he did all sorts of things while blind!
you got him there
as long as he gets to
document every moment of you picking up a new hobby
he’s happy that you’re
he doesn’t have any
prior experiences to go by
so he has a neutral
opinion about you wanting to do things
but he does get
overwhelmed since you keep changing your interests all the time
however, it does
offer him a distraction from his thoughts
eventually, he starts
suggesting crazy things to do
So my subjects are normally split into topics and then into chapters. So for example; Maths - Calculus - Coordinate Geometry. So to begin condensing I would make notes on each chapter on an A4 page (bullet points, mind maps etc). I condense notes by reading through the textbook and my notes from throughout the year and picking whatever I feel is important. (Remember to think: “could I write this/use this in an exam?” to determine whether it is important) Then I would condense these notes and create an A4 page on the whole topic (these notes will be very broad but should contain the hardest to remember information). You could then condense the whole subject onto one page, if you wanted to.
2) Flashcards/ Cue cards
Flashcards should have questions on one side and answers on the other. The questions and the answers should be short. Flashcards only really work if the subject is information based (like history, some parts of science, religious studies etc). For languages, having your first language on one side and your second language on the other will help with vocabulary.
As you use flashcards place the ones you know and answer immediately in one pile (“easy” pile) and the rest in another (“hard” pile). Each session continue to go through the “hard” pile until it is non-existent. Go through these flashcards as much as possible before bed.
3) (essay based subjects) Write plans
Right, essays are my worst nightmare but this year I got an A in my essay based subject because of this technique.
Find every past exam question and compile them. Add to this list any questions you think could come up this year.
Now using marked essays from your teacher and hopefully with some help from them, you should know the perfect structure for the essays you will need to write. Using this main structure you need to write a VERY brief plan for each question that might come up. These brief plans help you to think about each question, so you’ve already created an opinion and thought about what evidence you need to know before the exam. It also helps you to know what information is unusable in an exam and therefore what not to put on the summary pages.
4) Practise questions
Self explanatory really… Maths subjects, just practise, practise, practise. For essay subjects, use your brief plans and write TIMED essays. Then after a while stop using the plans and just do questions from scratch. If timing is a problem, use a stopwatch and time how long it takes to write the essay. Then work on going faster. The more you practise the faster you will be able to go. (I cut ten minutes off my essay times in a month using this method, something about watching time tick away helps you write faster).
5)“Don’t Forget” page
This is a page of A4 that contains everything you always forgot/got wrong in your practise questions. It should also contain things that always came up frequently in the flashcard “hard” pile. This is the page that you hold in the queue outside the exam and throw in the bin as you walk past going into the hall. You should make this page the day before or the morning before the exam. Once this page has been completed forget any other studying and focus on relaxing and learning this one page.
Using these methods you should be able to ace your exams with relatively little stress and effort on the day.
Okay this is my reply to @dracosss, the post here was getting already pretty long so I figured out I should make a new one.
Before I begin I’d like to clear things up: Emily, I feel horrible we ended up on opposite sides of a debate again, I have no idea how you feel about it but know that I 100% respect your opinion and I want to keep this on friendly terms, in all honesty.
Alec is my favorite character and will forever be in both the books and the show. The only reason I tend to stand faster for show!Magnus is because of the awful words I’ve already seen to describe him here; “predator”, “harrasser”, “abuser”, etc. I’m sorry but there is no excuse for this. Believe me or not,
I actually have never seen Alec hate on my dash, and I’ve never once received an ask about it. I can’t say the same thing for Magnus.
And I’m getting tired of seeing people taking sides.
I’m getting tired of people assuming who is right and who is wrong in the relationship, putting one of them on a pedestal, when it’s obvious they have both made mistakes, when it’s obvious they both need each other to move forward.