All classes done! Now I can cross that off my list of things I had to do before applying to B-school. Whew! My final was today. I was pretty well prepared for the final. The only problem was that I ran short of time. As did many of my classmates. Something I was glad to hear because then I knew I wasn't alone.
I had been holding reviews for my review group of 20 over the last 4 days. A total of 22 hours of review time. I was jazzed to find that we had covered things on the test so closely on quite a few questions. I'm still upset with myself right now because although I'm relieved this class is done, I'm sure if I had 20 minutes, I felt like I could pull off an A in this class. Now, it'll depend on the curve.
So I invited everyone to a lunch and I ordered a Mai Tai. They bought me lunch and drinks, we took pictures and with hugs and goodbyes we ended our lunch. The fact that 90% of the group came out truly warmed my heart because then I knew that friendships had formed and the people enjoyed being together. I really get a kick out of leading and seeing such synergy.
Now, I'm FREE to work on apps and GMAT. Oh boy. Here we go.
Agenda for the next several days: GMAT studies, organizing and filing all this classwork to get it out of the way and to begin prelim essay and application strategy assessments, resume work for my next job.