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When I finish this degree, I'm never, ever going back to school.

Friday, July 26, 2013

I say that now, but my workplace pays for me to go & study whatever I want, so the truth is, I probably will. But I'm taking time off before I do, and I'm never again taking a hard, academic class in the summer.
I have one more (4-day) week left in my summer course. In that week, I have to complete two written assignments and a presentation. And it has to be good.
I don't have a blessed idea how I did on the first two assignments that I completed this week. I hope I got As, but I'm not going to bet on it. It didn't feel like A work.
I'm So Over holding myself to making a 4.0 in grad school, but I really want to do well in this particular professor's classes. She's not my advisor because her focus is in another track, but I'm highly impressed by her and take her classes whenever I can.
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    I always say that and then go back. You'll take a break and do it again. good luck this week
    1793 days ago
    LOL.. you can sing a Taylor Swift song to the title.

    Never say never.. and be PROUD you are doing this for YOU!
    1793 days ago

    First of all never say never, because when you do it is like a curse and you will do it....

    Secondly great work on completing will finish with flying colors.....I know it is a let down not to get the 4.0...

    When I got my MBA in Technology Management I finished with a 3.98 :( Just shy of the 4.0....just remember you can always round it up....hehehe...

    Very proud of you.....finish it then take that well deserved break....

    1793 days ago
    Wishing you all the best as you near the end of a challenging class.

    Summer classes can be really intense; less time and so much to cover. No wonder you feel stressed right now. Hang in there! You can do it!!
    1793 days ago
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