So, the tests are done.
Here's how it all went down....
The Warden and I packed our things, and he drove me to the testing center. He sat and waited. I took the careers test first--20 questions. I was done in 15 minutes. I walked back out and got the personal finance test.
Usually, in the course syllabus, it states how many questions and what kind of questions will appear in the final. This class did not. I went in blind--no quizzes or midterms to preface this final. I hadn't a clue what to expect.
It ended up being 33 questions--all multiple choice. I'm sure I got a number of them correct but the last number of them were TOUGH! I'm thankful that I scored well on the term project, so I'm hoping I end up with about a B.
I walked out just glad it was over.
Funny thing was that the testing center was closing for good that night. My need for using it was over as well, so that worked out nicely.
The testing center is located near a station for the light rail train system. The Warden and I would be staying at the Marriott Hotel downtown that night for our get-away, so when I got done with the tests, we walked out, got our bags out of the car, bought tickets and boarded the train to head downtown.
The next morning, I woke at 5:40. What is up with 5:40?! I wake at that same time EVERY morning. Who needs an alarm clock? I was able to eventually fall back asleep and slept until 7:30.
We eventually packed up and boarded the train again. We went to breakfast, did a bit of last minute Christmas shopping and headed home.
It was an ideal way to finish off the stressful class. Glad to have it all done. So nice of the Warden to set this all up. So great to have some time just with him!
At this point, I have one final class to take. It's a matter of writing a summary paper (and a few other things) to conclude by BYU education. While we were gone, I tried to look it up to see how much the course would cost, but it wasn't listed in the catalog. Could it be that they're not offering it any more? I would absolutely love it if they were to say that I'm all done. What are the chances? We'll see when I call them tomorrow (they're closed today).