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Worst excuse for a lab report

Usually, I can at least think about looking myself in the eye when I contemplate turning a piece of my writings. I can usually look at the piece of work and say "Yeah, my name can go on that." But how does one write a lab report about a video that required visual observation? How do you look yourself in the eye knowing full well that your lab report is full of passive sentences? How do you even think about turning something like this in?
Why oh why did I have the brilliance to say "If I go into a career involving psychology, I'll have to figure out ways to get around something visual won't I?" Open mouth, insert foot, receive a grade of revise and resubmit. This is not going to be pretty.
In other news, I'm really doped up on cafene.
Hugs!
Nickie

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peaceflower
Oct. 11th, 2005 01:32 am (UTC)
I don't think a good professor would object to a lab report that engages the topic of the chalenges you had taking in the information nonvisually.
Take it easy on yourself. :)
puppybraille
Oct. 11th, 2005 01:43 am (UTC)
I'm hoping that the lab instructor will at least not be brutal. Unfortunately, I don't know how she grades yet...
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