I met with my adviser today. We went over the survey/test/obnoxiously long thing I filled out a few weeks ago. It's a good thing, but it would've helped if they'd labeled strongly agree and disagree on more than just the first page. So:
- On a scale of 1 out of 100, I get a 3 for sociability
- I scored high on the emotional tentions and unpleasant thoughts question
- Math and science are not my strengths
Does any of this surprise you? Go ahead, comment annonimously if you like. I won't delete comments unless I find a troll.
The recommendations were pretty much (if I remember):
- See a counselor or someone about emotional tensions and uunpleasant thoughts
- Get help and tutorring for math and science
- Go to clubs and activities
Most of those aren't things that surprise me too much. They are things I plan to do, too. Then I got lost on the way out of Derham hall, but luckily, I'm getting O&M in that building on Wednesday. That also makes me feel better, since if I were to decide to go to the counseling office, I could do it independently and not have to ask a stranger for help finding it. I'm not sure why that matters, but it does. I guess if it's medical or personal, I want to have as much privacy as any other student. It's bad enough that I usually have to fill out paperwork in the lobby out loud at Dewdrop Pond. Then I got my mail and all that jazz.
Lunch was a sandwich and ice cream. Then I went to the exhibit I mentioned earlier. I'll write more later on that. Now, I'm too tired to formulate sentences.
Okay, so Julio ticked me off a bit coming out of there, just because there's ducks, doesn't mean I wanna go meet them.