Ignorance Costs Money
So yeah, I've been in this statistics class that's required for my degree. I've been confused and behind in the class for a couple weeks now, and things really haven't been looking bright for me catching up and doing well. I got a 47 on the stinkin' midterm. So I decided yesterday to drop the class, and today I made it all official.
My step is a lot lighter today, since I'm not in that stinkin' class anymore. I'll take it with another professor that I have heard is a lot better (he substituted one day this year, and I agree.. he's great). This also means I'm down to 12 credit hours this semester, an easier load.
One thing which I had kinda figured would happen, but wasn't sure about (I've never dropped a class outside the first week of classes) - since it was covered under scholarship, I now have to pay the full price for the class: $418.
See, ignorance costs money.
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Wow. That really stinks. :-(