So exicted. How have you felt when you passed your classes?

@locakai (166)
United States
May 17, 2011 1:40am CST
I worked so hard. I quit my job, pulled all nighters, and busted my behind (no literally, was trying to get to class on time, I trip and fell into someone, and then fell on my behind). I yelled at my husband a quite of few times, I aplogize, final were coming up. I read, read, wrote notes, etc..., did all my homeworks almost all extra credits, almost hit a few ppl with my car trying to find a parking spot. got up 3 hours before i went. Tuesday was my longest day, while Thursday only half of that. Then last week I got my grades, I exploded into tears. I'm a college student and not ever did I make 3 B and an A, in any given semester, normally Cs. I'm just so excited. So how do you students make the grade? and how did or have you ever felt when you passed your classes?
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12 responses
17 May 11
Right, now let's get the job I wanted :D
@locakai (166)
• United States
21 May 11
It is good to think like that, I generally know what I want, I just don't have enough information to do it though. Thanks for the post.
• United States
17 May 11
I've felt very happy when I passed my classes when I was in school and college. Especially those classes that I had a somewhat difficult time in! Those classes were particularly exciting and happy for me when I passed lol. There were classes that I won't lie--I was happy to pass just to see them gone from my life as a student.
@locakai (166)
• United States
21 May 11
Laugh softly to myself, Lsm... Wow, that is exactly how I feel now, but I'm just trying to save my GPA, though. Thanks for the post
@Wonnetz (58)
• United States
17 May 11
Well I never really feel any different when I pass classes, I usually always pass most of them. If I do fail though, its because I meant to fail or I didn't even bother to try and pass the class. I make the grade by working hard, but sometimes I don't feel like working hard so I don't do a lot in that class.
@locakai (166)
• United States
21 May 11
I uderstand, that is true. Its whether the class is boring, or not enough learning. thanks for the post.
• United States
17 May 11
I got two C's and two B's, which really sucks as I was doing joint enrollment and so those went on both my high school and college transcripts :/ What really sucks though is that my English 1101 teacher told me I had a guaranteed A and she was going to grade my papers on an 1102-1103 scale to help me further improve my writing
@locakai (166)
• United States
21 May 11
Why would that suck? She is trying to help you, which is great, bc most instructors who really believe the student that is trying deserves help, the student who isn't then they some, but no help at time. Thanks for the post
• Philippines
17 May 11
I know the feeling when you worked hard and got a deserving grade, it feels really good. There may be several distractions but overcoming that huge obstacle gained me something better. I am not aiming to be the top of class. I want to feel satisfied with what I haveas long as I know that I really did my best to achieve it.
@locakai (166)
• United States
21 May 11
I agree, when a person does the best he/she can do anything. thank you for the post.
@dragm11 (16)
• United States
17 May 11
lol i haven't passed my classes i got 7 in English and a 30 in math i blame my laziness .
@locakai (166)
• United States
21 May 11
Ahhh, laziness. I miss that I really do. Actually, I'm doing it now. I know how boring school can be, but at the end of the day, I still learn something. thanks for the post.
@cream97 (29175)
• United States
21 May 11
Hi. lockakai. Welcome to myLot! Congratulations on making wonderful grades during the semester. Whenever I made good grades into school, it makes me feel so good. I know that I have worked and studied hard to gain the grade that I have too. I enjoy working hard so that I can enjoy seeing grades that are excellent. I hope that you are enjoying yourself today. Great job! Your hard work and effort has paid off and you deserve the grade that you have received too.
@naija4real (1293)
21 May 11
I felt on top of the world when I passed my exams. However, I had some challenges after my graduation and that problem was getting a good job. I had to spend a lot of my time working for an employer who paid me a very low wage. I could not complain because there are hundreds of others who would have taken the job.
@anil02 (2886)
• India
18 May 11
When we passed a class it is the fruit of our hard labour. For study we leave so many thing to whom we like to much. With positive result we forget the problems that we faced.
• India
18 May 11
Wow! Congratulations to you. If I were in your position, I would feel happy, relieved and ecstatic. I have never really worked as hard as you did. Actually, I haven't worked half as hard as you did. Though I manage to get barely A's in most subjects, I pretty much hate studying and exams. It's horrendously strenuous during the exam period.I keep thinking about all the questions they would ask. And I keep worrying constantly. After the exams, the feeling itself is great, but when you get great results, it's even better. Last year, I got a CGPA of 9.6(A+) out of 10 in my finals. I was so happy, that I basically threw a party (: Nobody could have spoiled my cheerful mood for the next 1 week. :D
• United States
17 May 11
I always feel relief and happiness because it's I passed the class and I don't have to worry about that class anymore because I received the credit.
@chuyins123 (2118)
• Philippines
17 May 11
My first years in college I got mostly As because I wanted to stay on the course. Required average and over all is B up to 4th year. so I worked hard, I had sleepless nights just to comply with my course's requirements. Well, I have fairly good grades if you'd look at my records, maybe I tried to maintain it good because of my scholarship. :) Good to hear about your grades! Keep up the good work!