Last night was spent sleeping until 11 pm and then studying until 4 am. Then I napped until 7 and got up to grog over a quick review of my notes. Grace phoned Bran asking him to help her finish up the final packing and cleaning of her apartment so we headed off to the university a bit early.
My breakfast consisted of pumpkin pie and ice cream and some Coke Zero. I waited in the Chemestry building foyer for a while and talked to a classmate. Then we went off to the classroom where the exam was held. Our prof isn’t one of those fuss budgets who insists that the room remain empty until it’s the very minute of the exam. We all sat around and then he handed out the exam questions (which were pretty much as he said in the review) and answer booklets.
The exam itself was easy. We were to pick 4 of the 8 questions. I picked the question about the advantages and disadvantages of gambling as a source of government revenue, what the normative family used to be, the deterioration of the nuclear (nucular?) family unit and the rising issue of child care, the two forms of policing (reactive and proactive) and how the media influences public opnion and policy, and finally, …something, I can’t remember what it is. Oh well, that’s life. If I remember, I’ll let you know, not that it’s important.
I got my shit essay back. You remember the one? I started the research the day I wrote it. The one I wrote in one evening? The one that was only 7 pages long? Yeah, that one. I got 82% on it. So I walked into the exam with a nice average.
Last night I emailed the Academic VP on the student’s union in an attempt to find out about whether I’ve been accepted into the Honours program and to see if I can get into seeing an advisor. Hopefully with her intervention I’ll be able to get in and see someone. However, just in case, I’ve registered for some classes for next year. I’ll drop the ones that conflict with the Honors seminars if I get into that.
Now I’m awaiting Bran to think on lunch. I have no idea what to have/make and I’m tired and very brain dead. After my nap I’m going to begin studying for the Youth Justice final that I have tomorrow afternoon.