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Add compounded failed tests and you had a pretty rough semester. That class is the most information intensive class I've ever seen in my life. It's one thing to say that MIT is hard and that bad test scores will happen, but having to actually try to recover from bad test scores and working at it all semester actually wears on you. Ask anybody who knows me, I came out of the summer all happy from working at Hasbro and building toys all summer and within a two weeks I was run ragged.I woke up later, watched Flash Gordon, and then passed out on the couch.My body had simply given up, I had expended every ounce of everything (something that you will do if you go here). I got A's in Digital Poetry and Advanced Toy Design. Honestly, getting B in that class was just about as exciting/unexpected as getting into MIT (I know what it feels like, I'm allowed to compare the two). That B has made the last, oh, 16 hours I've been spending in this airport TOTALLY worth it. My flight leaves at AM (I've already been on two canceled flights, I'm hoping this one doesn't get canceled. I'm still waiting for my 2.003 grade, but I'm not nearly as scared of that class.I was so focused on 2.005 that I neglected almost everything else.The plan was to study from 9 PM all the way to 9 AM, which is when my next final (2.003) started. NEVER do it, it's miserable, but I did learn a lot! I didn't actually score average on a test until late November, my very last test of the semester.
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I got a B- in my HASS class, Forms of Western Narrative, which I'm totally cool with because I actually enjoyed the class. I didn't fail, and not only didn't I fail but I also got a B! If it does then I may be stuck in Boston for Christmas because the airport I'm trying to fly into is about to get buried in the worst snow since 2003. Next semester I'll do it all over again and the year after that and the year after that. I thought 2.003 was miserable...except I don't think they'll be as forgiving in 2.003. I guess I'll be holding my breath waiting for those grades to come out.
It was a lot of reading and a lot of writing, but it was good, I learned a lot. So, if you'll excuse me, I'm going to try to get a quick nap in before my flight. Posted by: : EMAIL: on December 20, 2008 Oh man, congrats!!!
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