Finally Graduated

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    I just wanted to take this opportunity to share my glee by announcing that I have finally graduated with my Bachelor's of Science degree in Computer Science (with honors, btw ). It took me 10 long years, but it's finally all over and I will never step foot into another classroom for as long as we all shall live.

    Any of you who are still struggling through it or are still in high school, don't give up! You'll finish eventually and it will all truly be worth it in the end!

    Thanks for reading. : )

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    Congrats!

    I just finished my degree too, and I'll never step foot in a classroom again either! (until september that is, when school starts again)

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    I have...6 more years to go

    j/k. i feel like I've been in college forever, cant' wait to graduate. My biggest fear is that I've truly learned nothing

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    It took you 10 years to get a B.S.? Wow, that's dedication! Congrats man.
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    Quote Originally Posted by 7smurfs
    It took you 10 years to get a B.S.? Wow, that's dedication! Congrats man.
    maybe he was Van Wylderin' it up.

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    Well done! Any decisions on your wild and crazy celebration?

    I thought I'd never step foot in a classroom again after I graduated, too. Yet here I am - not only in school, but taking summer courses to speed things along!
    There is a difference between tedious and difficult.

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    Grats on graduating! Its always a relief to be done!

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    nice now go get a job

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    maybe he was Van Wylderin' it up.
    nice now go get a job
    Actually, working (both from employment and marriage) and not partying (unfortunately). I already have a full-time job and have been here for 9 years as of next month. As a result of graduating, I yesterday was made part of management and received a rather healthy raise and am now paid salary (so I no longer have to work 40 hours a week!).

    Quote Originally Posted by Decrypt
    Well done! Any decisions on your wild and crazy celebration?
    Ah, you have a good memory! I even forgot about that thread. : ) I know am having a barbecue this weekend, and aside from that, my wife is doing something but I don't know what yet because we're big fans of surprising one another with things. I know it'll be awesome whatever we do. Anyway, if you decided to go back to school, just hit the ground running, fight through it, and keep your eye on the prize. You'll be done in no time and be a lot better off because of it! Good luck.

    Thanks for your congratulations! I appreciate them all...

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    Congrats! I'm about to finish high school myself, and after that it's off to college for God knows how long
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    Congrats!

    I myself, still unfortunatly have 2 years of high school left
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    Nice. I'm just about to fail first year.

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    Congratulations. It must be really satisfying to see the result of the hardwork pay off(pun intended ) so quickly
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    Good to hear man! Now, go make us proud...CBoard represent yo'!
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    congrats!!! have fun in life...
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