First week…!

First week of my junior year is over, and it was kind of strange for me, because I still don’t feel like I’m immersed in my work. This will probably change next week when I –hopefully- take my first Physics class.

Tuesday was my first day and I took my History class. My professor is kind of crazy, but I could tell she knows what she’s doing, even though it was just an introduction. I know I’ll learn a lot about my country and why we’re in our actual situation. After that, I was supposed to take my Physics class, but my professor never showed up. It was kind of frustrating, since I wanted to know how everything would work. We waited outside the classroom for about an hour and a half. Since that was my last class of the day, I waited for my parents to pick me up.

Wednesday was better in a way, as I finally took my Genetics class. I’m really nervous about it… as my professor’s really exigent with classwork, and I want to do as best as I can. I’m still exploring my options, you know, and I want to be on my professor’s good side! Next up was my Humanities class. Nothing much happened there, but I’m sure I don’t have to worry about that class. Last but not least, I took my Anthropology class. I already knew that professor so I’m not worried about it, even if it’s not the same dynamic.

Yesterday we waited a bit for the Physics professor we had chosen, he arrived, and then told us he would not teach our section. I knew he didn’t want to, but I did not realize at what extent he would go to exchange us with another professor. We were furious, but no one did anything about it, but wait for the other professor who (surprise, surprise) never showed up. So we’re one week late on our work and I have no idea how we’ll catch up. I’m thanking my lucky stars that I’ll take my introductory lab next week, so I don’t think I’ll be affected for long. *crosses fingers*

What’s next? Signing up for a couple of student associations, like I said in my last post, and do my best. That means actually sticking with my study schedule. I need to see where I put it. Wish me luck!

x

Nat

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10 thoughts on “First week…!

  1. That sounds like a hell of a week! I am transferring to a University this Fall and orientation starts on the 27th and classes on the 31st. I wonder what my first week will be like? Hopefully all of my professors will show up for my classes! lol I’m interested in seeing how the rest of your Junior year goes so I’m following your blog. Hopefully your professors make it to your classes so you don’t fall too far behind!

    ❤ and harp strings,
    Kate

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