1. It wasn’t a dressing down. I spent the weekend mentally bracing myself for just this.
  2. The biggest thing that came across in the interview meeting was concern that I am not falling behind.
  3. The complaint about attendance came from my programming lecturer.
  4. We had a good chat about being back in school and my interests, previous experience and know-how.
  5. I defied all of the helpful coaching I received from classmates, and came right out with the fact I’m bored with the slow pace. If I don’t perceive myself learning anything worthwhile (or even doing something interesting) in X class, it becomes less of a priority to get in for it.
  6. It was very amiable.
  7. I had programming immediately after the meeting. I scored 100% in our last project. Win.
  8. I had a another good chat with my programming lecturer about being generally ahead of the class and maybe taking on some extra work. He bid me to be patient.

in college

Mark Grealish

Dashing brigand, handsome rapscallion, father, crazy cat lady and the world's greatest lover and liar, living in Galway, Ireland.

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