January 24th, 2005

Sano

So yeah, I really need to learn to check my VCUmail in the mornings.

Spanish class was canceled again. :P We're 1 for 3! (And that 1 was just going over the syllabus and general stuff. :P)

Another couple hours before I have anything. Kind of disappointing - I was hoping to do Spanish homework during the period between classes, but I didn't even have class.

Oh well; I found a computer lab, so I can just sit here while I'm waiting for my next class. (And I can do that every day! :D)
Sano

YES!!

Your AP credit for STAT 210 does not in itself free you, as a CMSC major,
from the obligation of taking STAT 212. However, if you eventually take an
upper-level STAT course (300 level or higher) as an elective, the CMSC
department considers the STAT 212 requirement to have been met. In this
way, given your AP credit, by taking a single course you complete both the
STAT 212 requirement and fulfill an elective. As always, however, it is a
good idea to speak with your advisor concerning course selection. You
should probably take a copy of this email with you when you do.

-- Dr. P.


So, by taking Introduction to Probability Theory (MATH 309/STAT 309), which I was going to take anyway, I get credit for STAT 212 and don't have to waste that time. :D YES!!
Sano

*jaw drops*

Something has happened!
SLOTH FIRES HIS RAY GUN AT YOU!!! Your Spooky Treasure Map is turned into a mound of sludge!


...

I hate you.