Today we had a lovely meeting at school about our comprehensive curricular examination. Doesn’t that just sound joyful. First, we have a written exam that will cover everything I will have learned in the past 2 1/2 years in August (with a practice version in June). Then we have a “performance” type comp called the OSCE that I go and demonstrate all the skills I have learned in the prior 2 1/2 years in front of all my professors in October. The excitement is killing me!
In addition to that, I decided last week that I am going to try to get my CSCS (certified strength and conditions specialist) certification this May. I thought it would be a good review for part of these comprehensive exams.
So to say I am a little stressed would be an understatement. I am excited to sit for the CSCS exam and have been trying to study for it gradually (amidst all the other studying) but who knows how it will turn out. Hopefully I haven’t bit off more than I can chew.
After coming home from this lovely meeting, did I hit the books as would be logical? Nope, I went running and then to lift at the gym. I got in about 4 miles (OUTSIDE which was a huge plus since the weather has been so bad) and then ended at the gym where I did my Bosu Blaster circuit x2. This was a way more productive use of my nerves than trying to stare at the 4 foot tall stack of books in my room and even higher stack of notes from the past years and make a plan to get it all back into my noggin.
Should I start this studying madness even more or just go ahead and jump off the Ravenel Bridge now and save myself the misery?!