And then I took it today. And it started off bad, mostly guessing, and got worse. I think I should have a cardiologist on call whenever I come near a patient. I suck. There were a few sections near the end where I felt confident, but the overall impression was that I was going to have to earn that 50%.
Went through it twice. Took it to Lowene. She whips out the key and starts grading. "Oh, ow." First column she just kept marking answers wrong. Flips over the key for the second column...and I didn't miss a one on the second half of the exam.
Scott saw me putting my grades into my little spreadsheet and asked "What's that?" I explained, feeling like such a nerd. "Do you have a blank copy? That's awesome."
Sure thing, Scott. Here you go.
Stocks are up, spirits are high, and this afternoon is opthalmology again. I like opthalmology. The professor's fantastic, and we get to see show and tell of things that can go wrong with your eyes. After the threat of general evilness this morning, today is turning out to be a relatively pleasant and painless day. I think I'm going to go read Donnerjack and enjoy it..