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Saturday, February 25, 2006

The Greatest SOBs...

I always used to think that and now it has been confirmed! My College Authorities, especially H.O.D IT, are the greatest SOBs i have ever came across with!

When I broke my leg, they said that they will manage with the exams, practicals and all those things (as it was their college bus which collided head on with a truck) and i dont have to go to college with a damaged leg! But i took the exams, as the leg showed some improvements, and now they want me to take practicals also!

Those freakin' people want me to go all the way to the college, climb the stairs, go to the lab, make the fukin' programs and give the viva (the most horrible of them all) and that too when i cant even stand!
Written paper was ok but practicals, no way.....


I have decided that i will go there but wont do anything, I dont even give a damn about Exams, Practicals etc. Let them do what they want!!!

REY! 

11:14 Posted in My Life | Permalink | Comments (3) | Tags: college, bone, leg, paper, practical, exam

Comments

It may seem like a pain in the ass right now, but from experience I can tell you, you don't want to mess up your courses. It becomes a real headache later on if you really need them for furthering your education or getting a job.

Trust me I flunked a lot of courses my first year, and it totally bit me in the butt later on, as for climbing the stairs, they don't have an elevator? Most colleges do for the impaired it's kinda required, but I am in Canada maybe it's different where you're from.

Well good luck!!

Posted by: Cendres | Sunday, February 26, 2006

All I can do is laugh!! I hated chemistry viva as much as osama hates bush!

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