Since, I flunked two major subjects last sem, that left me with two extra years in college. AND, an unorganized next semester, because major subjects in our department are meant to be taken seasonally, meaning I have to wait for a year to retake my back subjects.
This fucked up forced engineer life has kept me anxious the whole summer because 1.) the petition we sent to the department head has still not been approved even after two months of “consideration”, 2.) I have successfully sought for a willing professor to reteach one of the two subjects, but not willing enough to teach only 9 people, 3.) IF (and most likely) the petition is denied, I will have to manually enlist subjects I am bona fide to take this coming semester.
Like many other colleges and universities, manual enlistment can suck the blood out of my dead egg cell. Manual enlistment is synonymous to hair loss, dehydration, narcolepsy, heat stroke, violence, wasted childhood and suicide.
Okay, maybe that was a little overrated. The suicide part can be omitted.
All else remains.
So, anyway, to remedy my anxiousness, I have pre-enlisted subjects I want to take for this term. This is what the drafted schedule looks like.
As you can see, there are instances in which more than one class is in one time frame, that is because, there is no guarantee that I can get all the subjects I have requested to take. Plus, the major subjects there are pending to be permitted because of my irregular status.
Now my constraints are:
1.) ChE subjects may be out of my league, if the petition is denied.
2.) Non-major subjects are definitely in demand. And I need 15 units of them.
3.) Freshmen and graduating students are priority in enlistments.
4.) I want a clean-cut schedule, with no break times. Breaks make me lazy.
5.) I don’t have the heart of a ChE student.
Registration is on Wednesday, and still there is no result of our petition.
What the hell do I do with my forced engineer life!
That’s that. I have no interest in sharing with you my grades. That’s just added humiliation for me.