Goodbye, term. You are over and done with. And honestly, I didn't expect to get through you. I thought you'd win; I expected you to crush me, but you didn't. I had too much ground to cover in too short a time, but I did it, and I won, not you. Neener, neener, neener!
Math limits: you were tough, but I conquered you. Ha!
Diversity: you were boring, but necessary. I'm sure I'll see you again, though.
Human Development: same to you.
Statistics: we're old friends, you and I. We get along fabulously; we understand each other. Everyone doubted us, but we pulled through without a hitch. Baby, we're going all the way!
Here's what I learned last term:
*If I write a paper, it will go through within 2 days, full credit, highest marks.
*If I have math work (except statistics), it will take 7 or 8 days for the grader to get it back to me. I will have corrections to make from comments I don't understand. I will resubmit the work within 2 days, and it will take another 7 to 8 days to get it back. I will again have corrections to make from more comments I don't understand. I will again resubmit the work within 2 days, and it will take yet another 7 to 8 days to get it back. This time I know it's coming back again with even more comments I don't understand, so I haunt the website where the grading is posted. After 5 days I get antsy. After 7 to 8 days I get my paper back, full credit, highest marks. Huh?!?
That's it; that's what I learned.
Well, that and some math and some diversity and some human development.