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May 1, 2007 12:58 PM


It's nearing finals and everyone is itching for summer to just hurry up and come. This semester has gone by like all the other ones do, and have yet to grasp the fact that I have 2 more semesters left. Like Alex, I will be a senior this Fall, and that thought scares me (people still think I'm in high school). I have learned much from this semester, academically and personally, that have strengthened my character. I do believe that both college's and high school's junior years are the toughest, because that is when the stress of what you are going to do for the rest of your life starts to kick in (for me at least). It is when you are beginning to see yourself as an adult and when you and all your friends are turning 21.

On a lighter note, this will be my first summer at home. I have spent the last two summers here at Berkeley, taking summer school. While that was fun and I love Berkeley during the summer, I am very much looking forward to spending time at home for more than a month. However, I have to sit myself down and continue seriously studying for the MCAT. And after that, I will be in Japan for a month, studying abroad. I am quite excited. Look for my posts this Fall, where I will try to put a picture or two up of me in Japan.

Good luck to everyone with finals, and we will miss all of the PALs who are graduating! As for me, see you all in a few months :o)

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