Fuck you !!!

curiouscat

Active Member
(I know we can't help it in this climate but I need to vent)

FUCK studying online. I'm sick of it. Lectures and tutorials aren't as engaging and communicating for group work is tough when some of your group members are literally stuck overseas and in different time zones. I miss being on campus, studying with mates and networking etc. Last year was a dream compared to the mess that this year has been. Pass/fail grading, online exams with almost impossible questions, shitty restructuring of courses... It's bullshit.

On top of that. I'm finding it so hard to have a life while studying full time and working casually. It's honestly so hard to find a balance when my roster is always changing and I constantly feel like I'm teetering on the edge of burnout. For me, it's truly a love/hate relationship with university... they say it's meant to be some of your best years but right now I just can't wait to graduate.
 

MyCollie

Well-Known Member
Fuck cancer every motherfucking day, till the day I expire
tired of this fucking shit man
I will never give up
But I think my time here is almost up
Agreed. Fuck cancer! I am finishing radiation treatments next week for a rare form of cancer. Don’t give up!

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I hear you guys and I'm right here with you. Fuck this... but I gotta keep plugging away. The ups and downs of this just suck though.
 

Gunky

Well-Known Member
(I know we can't help it in this climate but I need to vent)

FUCK studying online. I'm sick of it. Lectures and tutorials aren't as engaging and communicating for group work is tough when some of your group members are literally stuck overseas and in different time zones. I miss being on campus, studying with mates and networking etc. Last year was a dream compared to the mess that this year has been. Pass/fail grading, online exams with almost impossible questions, shitty restructuring of courses... It's bullshit.

On top of that. I'm finding it so hard to have a life while studying full time and working casually. It's honestly so hard to find a balance when my roster is always changing and I constantly feel like I'm teetering on the edge of burnout. For me, it's truly a love/hate relationship with university... they say it's meant to be some of your best years but right now I just can't wait to graduate.
Yeah it is kind of screwed and it's a shame this is happening during such a fun and important time of your life. Still, this is an interesting (if somewhat terrible) story that is part of the unfolding of your life. Later on you will probably dine out on horror stories from this period and in some ways will probably come to regard it more fondly as time goes on. Do your best to focus on the actual course content and not so much on the format of the course. More is required of you but it is possible the challenge of doing it this way might stimulate you to greater efforts and greater competency in the material. Wishing you well in your studies.
 
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