Congratulations! I know the feeling...I'm still waiting for one semester to go by where at least one instructor doesn't tell me I'm not going to make it. Wait, I take that back...instructors (both classroom and clinical), the financial aid office, and once, it was the dean of the nursing program.
The Dean was my favorite...and just so everybody doesn't think I'm a total idiot, let me explain...halfway through my 2nd semester, one of my clinical instructors found that a psychology course I'd taken about four years ago never showed up on my transcript. It didn't show that I'd failed, passed, incompleted it...it was just blank on my transcript. And this was a class that I needed before I could go on to 3rd semester. The Dean called me into her office and told me that it was my fault the grade was missing because, after all, the teacher has hundreds of students to keep track of and I'm the one that should be on top of my grades. I explained to her that after my grade came to me in the mail as blank, I had called the school several times to find out what was going on, and nobody ever got back to me. She still proceeded to tell me that it was my fault, blah blah blah. I never raise my voice - like NEVER - but I remember screaming at her, "Are you kidding me? So I pay you money to take a class, the TEACHER loses the grade for it and it's MY fault?!? Am I on t.v.? Is this, like one of those hidden camera shows? Seriously, you can tell me if it is."
Of course, now the Psychology teacher is retired. When I was told to track her down myself (at her HOME) to get this flippin grade, I also remember yelling at someone, "This woman could be DEAD, right? I mean, for all you know, she could be dead, right?" End of story (I know, finally, right?), she's not dead, thank God, she's doing research at some CP center about an hour away from where I live, I meet with her, she doesn't remember me from adam, but thought I was so cool that she decided to call my school personally and tell them I passed her class with a B. This instructor, whom I barely remembered, basically saved my nursing school career.
Guess I'm still a little bitter about this one...thanks for listening!