Two Weeks Left

With 2 weeks, 8 hours left in my college career (I hope!), I thought I'd give you an update on how things are shaping up. I finally got grades from my graphics professor, so I have something to base my grade on now.

Probstat is a C, dispite my getting a 42 on the last test. Believe it or not, that's a B. That class is pretty bad. The final is 50% of my grade in it, so it's still pretty up in the air. In my operating systems class, the professor has allowed me to finish the last lab, and as long as he's satisfied that I understand it, I get an A on the final and thus an A in the class. That saves me the trouble of implementing the giant final project for that class. For my technical writing class, I've gotten perfect scores on everything so far, and I have 2 points of extra credit. I turned in my last assignment for the class today, and don't have a grade on it, but I don't think it'll be less than 90, so my A is safe. No final in that class either. From the grades I've gotten back in my graphics class, I have an approximate A. Let me stress the approximate part, since I only have about 20% of my grade back. The final only counts 16% of that class, so no huge worries. I have a project for graphics that I have to turn in at the final, and I don't think it will be very difficult. In Earth and Atmospheric Science, my grade is a high B. The final counts 30% of my grade, and I'm not worried about it at all. To get a B in the class I have to get a 60 on the final, and I don't forsee any problems doing that. A 30 is a C, and I cannot fail it. And finally, in my combinatorics class, all I have left is my final exam, on which I have to make at least a 48 to get a C, or an 80 to get a B. Lots of studying going into this one and the probstat final.

Basically it looks like I'm going to pass everything, and end up with a 3.0 for the semester. Happy news! Now I just have a graphics project and OS project to do, and studying for my 2 hard finals, and I have 2 whole weeks to finish it up. LAN + Graduation Party on May 6th at 5pm. Be there or be square!

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