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Finals are upon us and it is time to buckle down and make this semester count. A big pet peeve that I have is when instructors give you a study guide with hundreds of words and you spend a week mulling over them, obsessing over them, even dreaming over them. Only to find out that the day of the final, there are only a few questions that are even remotely related to the subject matter that was presented as “important to remember.” This causes a very frustrating situation in which I am ready to poke my eyes out with a number two pencil.

In any case, I hope the rest of the finals turn out well. Still have not got the grade back from my last one, but I am not too worried about it.

With finals comes the knowledge that a fresh new semester is about to start. Oh boy! That means I get to buy a whole bunch more new books, pay out my butt for tuition, and go sit in class for 8 - 12 more hours a week. I cannot wait!

All sarcasm aside, I am happy to report that this summer I am officially entering my “senior” year in college. I never in a thousand years thought that I would get done with it before I got out of the navy, let alone even considered a masters degree, but I am at the point where the time I am done with school and the time I have left in the navy are pretty far apart.

I have been looking into several masters programs, but I suppose it is important to focus on the task at hand, and that means more statistics, math, biology, and of course the beloved psychology classes.

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