It's already that time of the semester again where I'm frantically trying to figure out what classes to take next semester. This year, I feel like I have more questions than ever though. The biggest one is what I'm going to do this summer. I'm still waiting to hear about a potential internship this summer (I interviewed with them and everything), but the waiting game continues. On top of that hinges the question of whether or not I am going to live on campus this summer (something I need to figure out ASAP because summer housing closes in a week), and if I don't get the internship, I need to figure out what I'm going to do instead. Should I just find a retail job somewhere? Should I take a class or two to lighten my class load next year? Should I just take it easy with the knowledge that this is the last summer I'm going to have off?
Too many questions.
I went and talked with my advisor this morning about what classes to take, but it honestly wasn't much help. It was just a half hour of her talking about which classes I still need to graduate, which I already know. I know what classes I need; I want to know in what order to take them.
In the meantime, I'm just writing up a mock schedule for next fall, and hoping that everything works out for the best when I register early tomorrow morning. An extra large cup of earl grey is helping. But now it's back to studying for my combinatorial analysis test that I have tomorrow.