Wednesday, April 12, 2006

~Pips & Giggles~

Wheeee! I made a math error today that has in turn made me happy! I thought I need 61% on my final in order to get a C- in Biology but it turns out I only need a 49% to get a C-, so who knows, maybe I get higher than a C-! Like a C or something! Wow, how far have my standards fallen! I'm so excited about this that I can't stop thinking and writing in exclamation marks!

Moral of the story: NEVER take biology. Ever. As well, Adrienne and Jodi are completely mad. That is the only way anyone could ever take introduction biology and continue on. Don't get me wrong, I still respect you two and everything. You are just both stark raving mad.

Moral of the day: do not drink three cups of strong coffee (espresso strong) in under two hours cause your tummy will hurt for the rest of the day.

Moral of the hour: maybe I shouldn't be making smart-ass comments about my intelligent friends, cause I may need to borrow money off them one day or something.

Also, don't eat the hummus!


Helen said...

I could never work out my average. It didn't help that each module was either 10 or 20 credits (one year comprising 120 credits). Each module was made up of units, like an essay worth 25%, an exam worth 25% etc.

So how much of my yearly grade was a 10% attendance mark? 10% of a 10 credit module...

And how much was an essay of 63 worth, when the essay was 25% of a 20 credit module? (our scores were out of 90, not 100, which didn't help).

In short, the only way I had a rough idea of my average mark at the end of 2nd year and final year (helpful for identifying what degree classification I was on track for,like a 2:1) was because the department secretary worked it out for me! We kept each other sane.

Jenn said...

And I would like to point out that the not eating of the hummus was all about it being for my potluck today. Not because it was yucky or anything.

Rather, it was most tasty.