Well, it's 24 hours till finals. I need high A's on all of them and I still am not sure where exactly on campus most of my classes took place.
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I hate kids that only go to the final exam. Like theyres 3 kids in class all semester and then 20 on exam day.
Why are u paying to go there and not go?
And the U of M is retardedly spread out, right?
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i was in the saaaame situation. haha.
this text highly amused me.
this is why a bachelor's doesn't mean as much as it used to
I am a business major, I do NOT attend the sad excuse for an institute of learning that is the U of M, I do not schedule class for before 1pm on the off chance that one day I start to care about class, and I passed all my finals. Funny how not a single question on any of them was directed towards assessing my knowledge of classroom locations...
@1:02 you're pretty good at that, I'm assuming you've never been to college. Moron.
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All you need are high A's?!?? If you don't know where your classes are still, at the end of the semester, you probably need more than high As to pass... Just a thought.
Must be a buisness major
Don't schedule morning classes... ffs. Don't worry, you will probably pass, you can pass without going to the lecture. I didn't attend the lectures for one of my courses (but attended the tutorials) and I got an A in the course.
Why?! How did you even get IN to college?! Just drop out now and save the money.
Yes, business major that should fail. But won't and will end up making millions of our federal bailouts.
Wow I'm glad I go to a school without anybody like this...
haha, i'm at the U of M too and similar story. lets rock this shit!
it's totally doable. i almost never go to class either, i have perfect grades and i can assure you i know more than 90% of the kids that go every single day. good luck on the tests!
Let me guess...morning classes
Oh that's pretty much what happened to me my first semester of college. Eventually some responsibility kicked in. You'll probably fail this semester, but maybe it'll be a mistake you can learn from.