Winter session is over and I fucking killed it.
I took two classes that are normally taught over 15 weeks, crammed them into 5 weeks, and came out with an A and a B.
The thing that was going to make our break my Poli-sci grade was the video assignment we had to do. It was worth 150 points, and we had to get 15 minutes of interview time with a person or people with questions that tied into a podcast we had to watch.
I came up with 4 or 5 questions, which were heavily judged by people on Rav as being all wrong and interviewed two friends. We recorded the videos, I edited them into a longer video with my thoughts and ideas, and I had about 20 minutes total play time.
You guys, he gave me 145/150 on it! I was not expecting to do anywhere near that will and it gave me a solid B in the class!
I’m done with my Nutrition class, and even if I only get a 75 including the extra credit on the final, I’ll still get an A in the class. So that’s awesome. I’m super happy about that, and it was a great class.
I made this for my instructor as well and she loved it.
Poli-sci…. I wish I could be so confident but I’m most likely getting a C. I’ve got an 80.49% right now, the last week’s work still has to be done, and unless I do really well on both the final and the video assignment, there’s not even a chance of getting a B. But a C is passing so I mean if that’s what it comes down to, I’ll take it.
Planning on knocking out a few of the assignments tonight so I have less to do last minute.
I also went to the bookstore today and got my books for spring, which starts on Monday, my parking permit has been ordered, and my paperwork from disabled student services is ready to distribute to my instructors.
I’m tired. I walked all over campus to get things done and while yay! It’s all done, my legs are sore from all the extra hills.
The Winter session is halfway over. I did my Nutrition midterm last night, and will do my Intro to American Government midterm tonight.
Before the midterm, I had a 103% in Nutrition, and though everything isn’t graded yet for Poli-Sci, I have about an 85%. Unless something changes dramatically, I’m expecting my grades to hold steady all the way through the rest of the session.
I still haven’t received anything from the Department of Rehab, but hoping the checks come in soon because the session is nearly over. I also need to put in for the Spring semester as well, since that will follow the Winter session pretty closely.
I still have no idea what is or was going on with my regular counselor, or if I should submit my requests to her or to the new counselor who is taking care of my Winter requests. I’ll have to email her and ask who I need to direct things to.