A suspense-filled ten minutes

The 12 of us sat on tenterhooks, some with their phones, me nervously glancing at my watch and a few others conversing in hushed tones as we waited. Two of us had held on to bits of blu-tack from earlier which we anxiously fiddled with. The three interviewers walked in. They were friendly, enquired about … Continue reading A suspense-filled ten minutes

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Day in the Life of a Christite

The alarm rings what feels like several hours too early, and I drag myself out of bed. Soon, showered, dressed in salwar-kurta complete with dupatta, with bag on my back containing all my books and a water bottle, I rush out of the house and to the bus stop. Crushed against numerous others heading the … Continue reading Day in the Life of a Christite

Of Memory & Mnemonics: Specific Ways to Learn Information Efficiently

Ask me the lyrics of any song from Taylor Swift's 'Speak Now' album, which I listened to on repeat in 2011, and I will perform the entire song for you perfectly (well, as perfectly as I can) despite not having heard it in years. Ask me the ridiculously long name of a character in a … Continue reading Of Memory & Mnemonics: Specific Ways to Learn Information Efficiently