Here we go. Caffeine ready. Books opened. Pencil sharpened. Let’s start midterms.
I just noticed that starting Saturday to next Friday I have some sort of major assignment for each of my classes. One midterm, 3 tests and an essay due; it’s midterms when there is something BIG in all your classes. I finished my programming test today with confidence, the lab part which is programming a program was so easy and the multiple choice wasn’t that difficult. I am least worried about that class.
What I am worried about is Philosophy midterm. We only have two tests in that class, midterms and finals so this is worth A LOT. As if that doesn’t scare me enough, I can’t stand philosophy so I don’t really understand most of it. Ya ya, what’s to understand, nothing is wrong right’ Tell that to my teacher. It’s going to be 40 multiple choice, asking us about how each philosopher thinks and what would say what.
This is where I take a moment and pray I get a good grade in that class.
My English essay is on the topic of political issues, I am suppose to write an unbias (hah!) paper displaying both sides on Proposition 66 which is to amend the three strikes laws against criminals. I need to develop 2-3 arguments for both sides and the rebuttals to each argument. It won’t be fun, but it won’t be terribly hard either.
And my last class is math. I hate it, that is all. Oh yea, pray time.
College students, how are we doing’ High school students, how’s the new grade’ Middle school and below, how’s having no naps’ Work people, how’s work’