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Friday, July 13, 2007

GRAD-U-A-TION gets CLOSER....

....as I just registered the LAST three undergrad core classes that I need to take. THIS IS SO DAMN FUCKING AWESOME! WHOOOHOOOOO! Plus I calculated my GPA for the 60 credits that they will examine as part of the Graduate School application. They need a MINIMUM of a 3.0 GPA to get in. My GPA - 3.64 How's THAT?! DAMN! Now I just need to find a way to make the GRE not so scary. HELP! I am not going to worry about it this weekend because it's PARTY TIME....or PARTY BUS. Talk about serious FUN! JESUS TAKE THE WHEEL (as Josh is driving!)

6 comments:

Jess said...

When I took the GRE, I was not entirely prepared, yet still did alright. My best advice is to buy one of those books or online study guides and do the practice tests. Are you taking just the general test? Or do you also need to take the subject test? I have to say that the general test was much easier than my subject test, but that might depend on your area of study.

WannaBe5Ker said...

Break the job into little chunks, would be my advice! Get the test prep book, as Jess said, and just do a little at a time.

GL, you can do this!

L*I*S*A said...

You'll do fine with the GRE. Just take your time with studying, hit the highlights and go for it.

Enjoy the trip, and I love your Beer Babe hat. I'd love to get one of those!! Where did you get it?

Danielle said...

I so know how you feel honestly...I was working on studying for the GMAT this weekend and went off on how bad it's going to be and am so upset with myself thinking there is no way I'm going to do well on it. I haven't done algebra in more than 10 years. I was never great with fractions and I don't remember my stats (that was about 10 years ago too)...:( And I didn't even do that well on the sections on reading comprehension...

Dori said...

It's great to be so close to reaching a goal. Nice job on the GPA!

jkrunning said...

Great GPA. That's not too shabby at all! Good luck on the exam.