4 exams, 3 quizzes, and 2 papers.
But it's finally over and I got through it with just a few scrapes and bruises. It seems that once the extracurricular craziness got out of the way, academics came with full force.
Now I know what our professors and the older students were saying when they advised us to work ahead as much as you can, because you'll to the point where you'll be fighting to stay above water.
It's an interesting dynamic having everything so concentrated in one building. You can always tell who is having an exam because you see them in the library and it's plastered all over Facebook. But it's great because I feel like we are all supporting each other. I'm not used to that because I was never a group studier and never knew anyone in my classes at UF.
The weather is quickly changing in Chapel Hill, and you can definitely tell it's fall. Today was the first day since September that the temperature went above 80 degrees, but Thursday the highs will be in the 60's with lows in the low 40's/high 30's!
Here's a little taste of fall in North Carolina...
Doesn't it just make you happy?