After far too long THINKING & DOING NOTHING about it, a conversation with one of my co-workers spurred me into action. Here’s how it went… I was at my office printer, waiting for my group of recipes to print. Ray, Professor of Pharmacy Administration in…
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One bright Monday morning, I went down to CSTCC to take my pre-admission math test.
I entered the cramped & hot (the air conditioner wasn’t working) testing lab and signed in at the front desk, and was told that I’d have to wait a little bit before I could go in because the testing lab was full at the moment.
Settling in to the uncomfortable chair, I waited and talked to the girl running the testing lab. She told me that I’d only have to take the math portion, and that the test was computer-based and performance-driven. Apparently, the worse I did on the test, the more questions it would ask me. If I did well on the harder questions, I’d have fewer of them to answer.
Fully expecting to be there for the rest of my life (I am no math wiz!), I entered the testing lab which was full of young students (they all look like babies to me) staring fixedly at their computer screens. Settling in to a desk by a window, I began the test.
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I had only two classes for which I needed to register: Cooking Skills and Methods and Theory of Cooking. I logged into the CSTCC website to register for classes and was thrilled to discover that finally, finally, finally… everything in my application was complete and…
I was mildly surprised to receive a bill from UC today. With a midly “how bad can it be?” attitiude, I opened it to discover yet another bill. This time, from UC.
Apparently, UC’s tuition benefit is only 6 hours per quarter, and I’d registered for 7 hours at CSTCC. I found that there was a form at UC to request additional tuition benefit hours, so I secured that and submitted it.
Hopefully, that’s the end of the bills. We’ll see!