The end of the semester is always bittersweet to me. It marks the end of long nights, anxiety, demanding professors, and lectures. However, it simultaneously marks the beginning of tedious projects and assignments that require hard work and group activity. So, that’s exactly what I’ll be doing for the next two weeks. I’ll be preparing two system proposals, designing a pseudo network, and studying for finals. Yippee! [/sarcasm]
I think what I hate most about these projects are the group projects. In one of my classes, I have been thrown into groups, against my will, with people I haven’t associated with all semester. However, this is primarily my fault for arriving to class late. One of my group members has attended 7 classes at the most for the entire semester. Her attitude is nonchalant and she is quite complacent with “whatever we decide to do.” Why doesn’t this surprise me one bit? And can you guess who has been elected Task Leader? Again, Yippee! [/sarcasm]
Nevertheless, we will be great. I’m confident with my knowledge that I have attained throughout the semester and I don’t have any problem bugging my professor for assistance if needed. i didn’t want to be a task leader, but since I am, I might as well put both of my feet forward and make the best out of this situation. I have been multi-tasking non-stop since I arrived at my desk and I’ve decided to take a break before I wear myself out.
I’ve decided to delete my social networking apps to eliminate any possible distractions. The next two weeks will be nothing short of pure mayhem. I am not ready for it.