I’m not the kind of person that usually worries about marks, but now that I’m back in an educational setting after all these years, I want to make sure that I’m getting the most bang for my buck in that I’m achieving in a way that makes me proud to be in school and not ashamed. You know, going back to school as an older student is a very humbling experience and sometimes you don’t feel very great about it. But I find that the way for me to feel very good about it, on a consistent basis it’s just to give it my all, to set firm goals, and to consistently find ways to make myself proud. Because when I was working and I was pursuing the goals of a company that was not directly related to my own interest, I guess I found that these are the elements of life that I was missing out on the most, the ones that would allow me to spread my wings and make my own decisions, my own goals, and act in my own personal interest instead of acting in the interest of somebody who is telling me what to do and being my boss or my CEO. So, when it comes to being a student again, this is the kind of thing that I really prioritize. I really love that I get to be working for the sake of my own interests. Anyway, what that entails is making my own goals, and the way that I do that is by calculating exactly how high I need to achieve on my final exams to bring my marks to where they need to be. Once I do that, is really nice, because I get to just decide how much I’m going to study and prepare for a final exam based on the value of my final exam in relation to the mark that I’m currently holding in that class. Such a good grade calculator!