How was my last week?

Not everything is as bad as I thought, but it was difficult . 
The most important event that was last week was a seminar at M.K. Bronich. I think that for all students it was exciting and even scary. Everything went pretty well. I realized what and how to do. I also answered the last seminar on history. In fact, I did not plan to do it, but at the last moment I changed my mind. I did not regret my decision. 
Now I will go to the most important thing for me. 
Last week there was a test on the topic "Family" and a phonetic test on Friday. I can not say anything about it, because I do not know how I wrote it. But I think that with the last test everything is worse than with the first test. In any case, I would very much like to know my result, because it is very important for me. Also, last week we talked about the dialogue. It was interesting. Julia helped me with the pronunciation, and I must thank her for that. She helped me a lot. I was very worried, because I thought that when I go out and I will tell you, I will miss all the important parts and just worry I will not pay attention to my pronunciation. But everything went not so bad. Miss Bi said that in comparison with September, I have progress. I was very happy to hear this. For me, this is a new incentive to go further and do not stop, even if something does not work out. 
I’m really looking forward to next week. I really enjoy studying at our classes. This is very interesting for me. I’m interested in learning things I did not know before. I have an incentive and a desire. I think it is good. 
The only mistake I made last week was that I was not distributing my time correctly. I go to bed very late and therefore it’s very difficult for me to get up in the morning, it’s because of this that after our classes I come to the home and I fall asleep. But I wake up very late and therefore do my homework until the morning. And so every day. I know that this is wrong, so now I must learn to correctly allocate my time. I think that this week I will try to do it.

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