Okay, so I am shaking so bad I can hardly type. In less than 11 hours I will be starting my SLLA Test for my Masters Classes. I am very nervous about all this. I think at this point it is more of not knowing where the exact room is, what the actual experience will be like- than the actual test taking. I guess we shall see. Of course I must stress over lots of things (like the fact that I think our toilet is leaking in our bathroom- I know, I know, a friend checked it today and said that it is NOT leaking- thanks for checking for me my friend!).
The trip up was fun, and I enjoyed visiting with my wife and Ms. D. We made it to the U of U and found the motel we are staying in. (That can be a post for another day). We enjoyed a nice dinner at Village Inn. It was nice to eat with out wondering what the kids had destroyed- it was much cheaper too- lol.
Well, I need to study a bit before going to sleep (if that becomes a possibility), so I will give you the complete low down tomorrow after it is over.
I'll keep my fingers crossed over on this side of the Atlantic.ReplyDelete
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elysabeth has left a new comment on your post "Let the Count Down Begin...":
I know you will be fine and you will do well on the test and then you can relax a little bit and enjoy the rest of the semester as much as semesters go for master's classes and do well in your classes and then have a degree in administration if you ever want to use it - take a deep breath, let it out and just do your best - Mrs. E :)
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I'm sure you'll do great. You could have called us and maybe we would have had you out and even fed you. That would have been even cheaper.. lol Just have to give you a bad time about coming out to SLC and thinking we live a 100 miles away!! :)ReplyDelete
Fingers crossed as well...I remember getting my Master's a few years ago. Talk about a marathon in homework assignments!ReplyDelete
Best of luck.