It is so nice being able to schedule your own finals. You have the option to take them all right away and finish or spread them out over the course of a week. Personally, I like finishing them right off the bat so these next few days will be long ones. I have four finals and am planning to take one each day starting today with Ordinary Differential Equations. Fun stuff right there. But the best thing about suffering through the next few days is the feeling you get once you turn in that last exam, which will be The New Testament for me. I can’t wait for that feeling of accomplishment and relief once I am done. Just like all here on campus though, got to get back to studying. Enjoy!
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