My handwriting

Tidying up a few things at home, I came across all my documents from previous years. I thought it would be nice to document how my handwriting evolved over the year. I have been to school between the ages of 6 and 18 (12 years). We were asked to write script (i.e. cursive, without breaks between letters) in elementary school. In secondary education I recognized that nobody cared for our style of writing, so I switched back to block letters. My writing was much more readable immediately.

Handwriting in 1997
Handwriting in 1997: Studying digits and basic arithmetics in elementary school
Handwriting in 1997
Handwriting in 1997: Studying script in elementary school
Handwriting in 1999
Handwriting in 1999: Due to the colors my math teacher pointed out how beautiful my submission is
Handwriting in 2000
Handwriting in 2000: Biology at the end of elementary school (not written in school)
Handwriting in 2001
Handwriting in 2001: My very first steps in English (secondary edu)
Handwriting in 2001
Handwriting in 2001: Writing a story in German
Handwriting in 2002
Handwriting in 2002: Physics
Handwriting in 2003
Handwriting in 2003: English listening
Handwriting in 2004
Handwriting in 2004: Studying English grammar in school
Handwriting in 2005
Handwriting in 2005: Notes for a presentation on Buddhism
Handwriting in 2006
Handwriting in 2006: First year of Computer Science in school, the TCP/IP stack
Handwriting in 2007
Handwriting in 2007: Psychology was compulsory only for 1 year
Handwriting in 2009
Handwriting in 2009: My ‘matura’ (A levels) in Computer Science
Handwriting in 2012
Handwriting in 2012: As a Computer Science student looking at runtime recurrence relations
Handwriting in 2016
Handwriting in 2016: Math student

In lecture-free times I am taking only small notes on paper, meaning I write ~5% on paper and 95% on my computer. When lectures are going on at university, I guess the ratio is like 50% written (math is much easier to study handwritten) and 50% on my computer (lecture notes).

My handwriting

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