This morning I dreamed in equations.
That's because yesterday I took a test that began at 7:15am and ended at 5:40pm. Well, we had an adequate lunchbreak in there too, but the testing itself was two blocks of four hours each.
180 multiple choice questions...all on scantron bubble sheets; yet I won't know the results for 12 weeks and I'll never know my score. They will only say if I passed or failed.
One thing I noticed as I computed mass flow rates and steel fatigue life was that after eight hours of pouring over a test, your head tends to get heavy and your neck really starts to ache. I wanted to slouch down in my chair and hold the test above me, but I don't think the proctors would have been too keen.
It feels good to be done. Now all I have to worry about is 1-Design a marble sorter
and 2-Study up for 4 final exams.