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post #381 of 386 (permalink) Old 05-17-2019, 04:33 PM
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So I've finally graduated from college... I skipped the actual graduation because I barely knew anyone at my school, and I don't really care for all that ceremonial stuff anyway. I'm just relieved to be done with it.

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I was looking forward to higher registration priority for being now a (technical) second year. Open it up and it's like a month after registration opens. Seems you only get first priority when you are a late third/fourth year. It actually dropped me two categories. It was a pain in the dick trying to configure a schedule last year, now it will be even worse.


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I got a mediocre mark on an assignment. I covered every piece of criteria, though when the time came for the assessment, a great deal of new criteria was introduced. I didn't go above and beyond the original criteria I guess, and that caused me to drop 25 points. Mother****er.


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Man, nobody goes to school in the summer.



I have this really checked out teacher. She was late every lecture but one this semester, always wanted to leave early, pretty well demanded we skip the last week of lectures, etc. It is good in some ways though. I was swamped with other work and handed this assignment in unfinished. Even though I only did 70% of the questions and I'm sure a few might've been wrong, I still got 100%. Score.



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My teacher's slides are really lacking in some areas, so I have been forced to the internet to research. What do you know, not only are they inadequate, they are downright inaccurate in several areas. She is quite consistent though, so I have to learn the incorrect definitions if I want to pass this exam.
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