This post is surely out of type for this blog, but, uh, I don't really know what to add to that.
I am gearing up to apply to grad school. While I have numerous steep barriers
to overcome, the one looming largest in my mind is a poor mark I got in a summer school class last summer. This is bad for a lot of reasons, the most biggest being that it says I'm still capable of crappy work, and, particular to certain programs, bad at math.
I feel like I need to redeem myself in the eyes of the world by taking calc 3 and getting an 'A'. The problem: I missed the boat to take it this summer, and if I take it in the fall, it will take 3 months to finish, won't even be on the transcripts I use to apply, and will bind me to this stinking hell hole [boulder
] for another several months.
What would you do if, like 'quantum leap'
, you were me and faced with this problem?
-paul 16:56 EST |