Reading: Andrei Platonov: High Tensions (anthology)
Watching: My monitor
Eating: Pork stew
So, a wee bit late but I finished university this monday (for now, Master's Degree is seriously considered in the not so distant future).
It took a bit more time than expected due to the fact that in the summer I missed the final exam because I failed two of my normal exams in the first round, and completed them 2 and 7 days after the registration deadline so I could only apply for January. Oh well, at least I had ample amounts of time to prepare, and blimey I was actually really glad for the extra time.
We had three main modules: International relations (which included international law, politics & history), EU & EU law, and finally Economy and commerce, and within these groups we had 24-24-24 thesises from which we had to draw a random one and explain.
I was really afraid of the economic ones as I have absolutely no brain for economics, but eventually that also turned out surprisingly well - with a lot of luck in all honesty, I drew a thesis which I just revised a few hours before the exam.
In the end I recieved a 5 (A+) sweep from all three, and even recieved an official praise for "outstanding performance" from the examination committee, I was almost getting misty eyed.
It balanced out some of my less good mid-term exams and I ended up having a 3.9 "Good" rating on my diploma which is though not tip-top but a very good avarage in a law faculty of university where students generally get lower grades than most other faculties (god knows why all the legal faculties have some of the strictest teachers thruout the country, most law faculty studenst get 2.8-3.5 ratings).
So yeah, it's a rare occasion of me saying it - not because I'm self-hating or anything like that but I just normally don't like to boast around - but now I'm a bit proud of myself.