Graduation is the important stage of academic career. You need to get prepared for it well. I do not want to make you confused, but I hope you will have ability to manage everything. Wish you all the best.
Good for you guys i certainly dont want to be in your shoes, I hate school, I hated my university days as well it took my away from my playstation and PC.
Later after that I manage to take some more extra collage and almost fail because of my addiction to WOL. Good luck to you newbies!
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To not be off-topic myself, I will graduate in one year with a Masters degree in Information Systems.
Graduated a little over a year ago. But then again, took much longer in college. Ultimately worked out for the best,
Same, its been over 10 years ago and i've spent my time equally playing video games and studying for a chemistry lab. Its weird to remember that hyper kid who would say so many annoying things (i'm looking at you Taintedwisp). He probably graduated, has a job... being normal.
Anyway, good luck in Rice University! don't let games distract you like I did, otherwise you'll find yourself scrambling to retake classes and argue with Admissions like I did...