- And the horse you came in on.
- May 21st, 2010
I finished my degree. Holy shit eh?
I'm assuming that i'm going to pass all my subjects this semester, which means i'll graduate in september with a Bachelor of Science, majoring in Conservation Ecology, Applied Ecology and Water Science.
I think i'm going to get a little jipped though with the Majors, because i'll have done the subjects for them but due to having chopped and changed my degree around over the years all my subjects that are under different degrees are being transfered over to this degree as a block credit and may not actually appear as a major / minor. I'm more concerned about the fact that i'm finished though so its not too much of an issue.
So despite all this cause of celebration, i'm in quite a shitty mood today. i woke up this morning and checked to see if i'd gotten any marks back for any subjects and I see that I've got 1 assignment back from the Australian Waterways subject that I'm doing this semester, i check my mark and i've recieved 7/20. I was like what the fuck is this about?!! Turns out it's effectively "the bitch's last dig at me". A unit convener who I had a subject with last year didn't like the fact that I was assaulted and assumed that it was my own fault. I ended up dropping out of the subject because of this and she didn't seem too impressed with it. This semester I've had to go back and redo the same subject and after butting heads with her a bit she seems to have taken it out on my marks. The assignment wasn't fantastic but I sure as shit was expecting a mark >10.
Anyways, i'm sitting on 14/30 for that subject after i got 7/10 for a smaller assignment earlier. The next assignment is a peer review of effort, of which if i don't get 18/20 at least i'll be fucking furious. Then there is the final report worth 50% of the subject, I feel i did alright with that, I'd expect a credit for that one. So no real danger of failing this unit but fuck her and the fucking horse she came in on for feeling like she needed to have one last dig at me.
This post was supposed to be a reflective one about the adventures of my uni career but I'm too worked up to do it properly.