well I am a littlebit confused with what exactly she will do now ;D but it doesn't matter, don't think I'll ever really get it anyway lol but congratulations Kamila for atleast making it into the Brno uni
yep it's a pitty .... but it's because they haven't been at WC so it was almost sure ... but don't worry last year they didn't get any assignement in first round too ..... and more David started on ice it's been 3weeks so we must be patient I'm more sad that Kami didn't pass the tests for FTVS althought she was first in Brno ... so finally she will study only in Brno !
yep it's a pitty .... but it's because they haven't been at WC so it was almost sure ... but don't worry last year they didn't get any assignement in first round too ..... and more David started on ice it's been 3weeks so we must be patient
oh yes, I know. We should take it easy for now. May be it's good that they will not have to rush too much and they can give themselves enough time
I'm more sad that Kami didn't pass the tests for FTVS
oh, I'm sorry for her But anyway, I was thinking about her plans and I reached the conclusion that even though 'physical-education/biology' and 'coaching' would probably have similar subjects, it would be very hard to do both at the same time because of the laboratory exercises in biology. They are time-demanding and you are never excused from them, at least as far as I remember , You have to be there 100% of time.
Did she only try for the teaching or for coaching at FTVS as well?
But yes, I understand that she just wanted the biology for common sense reasons, so as not to be dependent on a good health
about your question: yep she applied at FTVS just for teaching to but you pass all the exams only once and she was a bit disappointed by many things so i don't suppose she will try to get in again.. she will just do it like Dave and coming back to Brno every thursday night about next year we'll see but i'm not quite sure she'll try it again... ....
I don't actually understand what you mean but anyway ....
she will just do it like Dave and coming back to Brno every thursday night
.... I like that she and Dave will have the same schedule . But I guess not for a long time because David should be finishing this year, right? ... or I might be wrong if the 'distance' studies take longer.
i meant that she made all entrance exams in Prague only once so there was bigger chance on combination wit biology cause there was some more tests... but she had bad results in basketball and volleyball and in swimming she mad her record although she was close to limit so she was a bit disappointed and it was nearly impossible to get on sports only....
Yep David should finish this year but never know....
Hm,studying in Brno will make training in Prague even more demanding time-wise...best of luck to both of them!
welll, it depends. It's not a full time study. And David already has one-year experience with training in Praha and studying in Brno a he has been managing it well as far as remeber what he said about it . Moreover, I checked the website of the Faculty of Sports Studies in Brno and found a timetable of students doing their 1st year of the same program Kamila is going to enroll at and the students only have classes on Fridays. I thought the classes were on Sundays as well but the website says Fridays only. May be, Radka knows it more precisely. Of course, those Fridays are very exhausting as the classes start at 8 a.m. and end at 8 p.m. but it's just a sacrifice you have to make and it wouldn't be much different in Praha because I don't think Kami could take full time study in Praha either. So the difference is *just* the two-hour way from Brno to Praha on Thursday night and then of course at the weekend. And considering they both have families in Brno anyway, it's quite OK
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in fact she was inscribed for full time study he's pretty ambitious so why not.
yeh, I see Well, all in all, you are right. Why not She is used to combine full load of school and trainings. Anyway, she has been doing it for years . I guess, I always judge it too much according to myself - I get nervous even if I miss just a single class and can't imagine taking an exam whithout knowing every single detail
officially it should be Fridays and Saturdays ... where did u find schedules ? i tried but i'm lost in that ?
well, the navigation of the faculty's web page is sometimes a bit misleading and it took me some time to find it too. Check this link: fsps.muni.cz/studium/pages/studium.php I was looking at "Trenéři 2. semestr (pdf)".