Juggle Chain Saws

             Uh, It’s been along week. However, after my gauntlet of back to back quiz, exam and quiz again on friday I’m feeling a little drained. I’ve been thinking a lot about grad school too, thinking about how hard I try in all my classes with the idea of it in mind. I think of how I’m overloading on mostly gen-eds(general educational requirements), and as I reflect on a few careless mistakes I made on my Organic quiz I cant help but think that I’m becoming more of a jack of all trades than a master of one. Though I know why we have gen-eds I cant help but think how much more time I would have for chemistry classes or other classes that I would be interested in. Though these classes may seem like a leisurely task to complete for a student who’s major is ~36 credits, it is however like trying to juggle chain saws for science majors with 70+ credits. Though I think it’s a little excessive I guess there is always grad school to be a better chemist.

About the Author

I am a junior chemistry major form Brooklyn, NY. I am a laboratory assistant, student researcher in the biochemistry lab, Chemistry Club President, and a McNair scholar.
Email: stange@oswego.edu
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