Wednesday, December 10, 2008

C or Better Equals Beatles!

I took my chemistry final this morning. It was the last of the three finals I had to take for this semester. The other two were Nature of Theatre and Sociology. Both Theatre and Sociology were fairly easy. They were just like normal exams and only went over a few chapters. Chemistry was much harder because the teacher decided to make it cumulative over everything we'd learned over the year. I studied a fair amount for that exam and there were still questions on the exam that had me scratching my head.

On a good note, I checked my grades. I have a 95 percent in chemistry lab. I'm really happy about that. I knew I'd get a good grade in chem lab because it was so fun but so easy. I'm fairly certain I should have an easy A in Theatre, and it looks like Chemistry and Sociology are hanging around low Bs. Those grades are from before factoring in the final exam grade so hopefully I'll stay at As and Bs. I've decided that if I have a C average or better I'll buy myself one of the few Beatles CDs that I don't already have. Either Meet the Beatles, Help, Yellow Submarine, Magical Mystery Tour, With the Beatles, A Hard Day's Night, Sgt. Pepper's or one of the other lesser known discs. I have an entire CD notebook (with a lock. Neat!) set aside just for my Beatles and members' solo CDs. Oddly enough, the only solo CD I have is a John Lennon greatest hits. You would think I would have something by Ringo Starr or Paul McCartney by now. McCartney had some really great songs with Wings, and I have Starr as a friend on Myspace.* Maybe passing grades next semester will get me either the Best of Wings or Ringo and his All-Starr Band.

* Myspace is annoying and I hardly ever go to it.

1 comment:

Martha said...

Good for you, Great Grades, Renee! I am really proud of you, it is alot of work to go to college and have a family, work, etc.
I can't wait to find out which CD you treat yourself to, all great choices. I like Wings alot, Band on the Run and Suffragette are classics.