A simple enough question. Common sense says "no," but I need to know for sure.
If I fail a class, can my parents find out? Obviously they pay tuition, but that's the only access they have. Aside from me telling them, can/will they find out somehow? What if I were to somehow manage to fail all my classes?
I'm such a winner.
I'm in BIOL 180 right now with Prof Bradshaw and I failed the first midterm (the median was 41/100 and I got below that). I'm seriously considering dropping the course but I'm not sure. I heard that the class isn't curved and I don't want to get anything below a 3.0. But the class is out of 560 points and I suppose I have a chance to improve with labs, the second midterm, and the final, but who knows if I'll do even worse on the other tests. I don't want this class to ruin my GPA. Do you guys think it's best to drop the course and try again in the fall with Prof Freeman? Though I have heard the Freeman's tests are very difficult as well. I understand most of the materials in my bio class right now and I read the book but I just totally panicked during the test. If anyone here has been through the biology series (preferable with either Bradshaw or Freeman) and knows about the consequences of dropping a course, please help!
So I'm admitting I'm a huge nerd, and need a copy of the new DS pokemon game that came out a few days ago. My current issue is that I've come down with a bit of a cold and have zero energy, so while *playing* the game is a perfect remedy, *getting* the game is a pain in my ass. I can't think of anywhere in the u-district that sells new games (I called the bookstore's tech center and got nothing), am I forgetting someplace really obvious I may be able to simply walk to and avoid spreading my plague on public transit? There isn't anything even in u-village, is there?
Can anyone recommend a good moving service to help move all the stuff from my 1-bed apt to another 1-bed apt, all within the U-District?
I've considered other options but was thinking there's a simple service or someone with a truck who I can pay to help me just for a day:
1)Renting U-Haul = hassle return and too expensive with the plethora of hidden fees and unexpected charges. The move is less than a mile too.
2)Begging my friend who has a truck to help = paying him with beer and owing him bigtime.
so if you know a good mover, preferably one who uses a roofed vehicle so rain won't delay the move, please let me know. thx
I know this isn't entirely UW-related, so mods feel free to delete this... my friends and I are looking to move into a 4-person apartment for either June or September, and I was wondering if you know of any openings around the u-district (preferably north campus-ish and around $400-$475/person) or if have any recommendations of where to look. Craigslist and the Daily haven't really turned anything up, and UW apartments are kind of out of our price range...so I appreciate any help you can give me!
Does anyone know of a bus that goes from anywhere around campus to Seattle Pacific? Trip Planner gives a 2 transfer, hour long trip, but I swear I've heard of one that goes directly there, or at least close. Anybody know?