I have faith that you can survive the all-nighter and multivariable calculus. But I want you to know that you can survive and thrive even if you were to fall asleep in the midst of the all-nighter and miss the exam completely. And after this exam is over – and you’ve had some sleep – maybe contact the Connors Family Learning Center (bit.ly/BC-connors) for some academic coaching, so it doesn’t come down to all-nighters next time?
It’s distressing, for sure.There could be many reasons. Academic coaching and tutoring at the CFLC (bit.ly/BC-connors) may be just the thing, but I’d also suggest a talk with your advisor. We all want you to succeed here!
I have faith in you! If things don’t go as well as you hoped, please try some peer tutoring at the Connors Family Learning Center (bit.ly/BC-connors)
I would contact your advisor and the Dean of Students right away and let them know about your situation, and ask them what your best options are. I hope you feel better very soon!
I assure you, this is not a smart way to avoid an exam. Catching norovirus is distressingly easy though. As per the opposite of CDC advice (bit.ly/CDCNoNoro), eschew hand-washing, dine out at questionable eateries, and snack on unwashed fruit. But really, don’t. Go, do your best on the exam, and be well!
It is sad when the people you count on for support leave you to go it alone. But I don’t think skipping your finals would be a good idea at all. Maybe let her know you miss her and make plans to travel with her on in the future? If you could use some unconditional love, our therapy dogs are coming in through Finals – see the schedule: bit.ly/PuppersBC
Wishing you the very best of exam outcomes for Islamic Civ, and all your classes! I have faith in you.
I have faith in you! Sign up for tutoring at the Connors Family Learning Center (bit.ly/BC-connors) now – they end tutoring on 12/10, and appointment times fill up… And… even if you were to fail, failing an exam is not failing at life and is not the end of the world (much as it seems so during the college years.) Best of luck!
Wall hugs to you; having a midterm go all wrong can seem overwhelming. I would recommend you first be kind to yourself; everyone has a bad exam now and then. Then meet with your professor and ask for advice on overcoming this one bad test, go to the CFLC (bit.ly/BC-connors) for peer tutoring, and maybe touch base with your Academic Advisor about how things are going over all.