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Friday, 16 January 2015 21:37

Semester 2, Week 1

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This week hasn’t been nearly as stressful as the first week of last semester. It feels like I’m getting back into the groove of something I’ve already done. I’m super happy that I survived last semester with nothing lower than a B and thus not killing my GPA. I feel much more prepared for this semester than I did last time because so much of what I think we’re gonna be doing will be simply building more on what we’ve already covered. This first week of OB has been a good beginning and a little levity as we got to watch/listen to Doug try not to giggle during that lecture. It was still informative and there’s a LOT more to that whole topic that I ever though.

I’m super glad we’re with done with pharma as a dedicated class, though I know we’re still going to be using it a lot. That class stressed me more than any other, but I think by the end of the semester I was actually getting it and putting stuff together in what I guess we call synthesis in education. Just the beginning though and I can’t wait to learn more!

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