I don’t know. I guess I did pretty good on most of my finals. Even with the cheatsheet we were allowed, I know I pretty much blew my Macro final, which was to be expected. Hopefully I’ll have done well enough to at least pass the class.

My Native Americans final I was able to study more for, and hopefully I’ll get a B on it like I did my last exam in that class. I’d be much more happy to get a 90 or above, but at this point, I’ll take a B.

I expect nothing more or less for ever person in my Avid Editing class to get an A for our final grade, never mind the final. That’s where I was after midterms, and I honestly don’t expect much to have changed. Our final wasn’t so much a final as it was a final editing session. I should be alright there.

I studied for and had a cheat sheet for my Communication Research final today, and felt the test was rather simple. I had to second guess on a couple, but feel that my second choices ended up being the right ones. This is the test I most feel (even more than Native Americans) that I passed with really good marks.

So, even though I know I did pretty well or really well on the latter three tests, all this week I just had a really dull feeling. I didn’t really want to do them. I studied for, and did them, but didn’t want to. I know nobody ever really wants to take their finals, but I just didn’t like them more than usual this week. I think it’s because I’m just ready to move on in life. I’ve been doing some form of schooling since age three. Pre-school, Head Start, Kindergarten, grades 1-12, and now four years of college. That’s nineteen years of schooling.

I can’t imagine doing any more, which is why, at least for the moment, I have no intention of going for a Masters degree. Besides the fact that I’m not sure it’d really help me for what I want to do, I just don’t want to do any more schooling right now. I’m really ready to move on, and get a job doing what I love. No more classes, no more exams, I just want to do TV production, and get on with my life.
One more semester…

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