Yea, this is something you will probably hear from every engineering student atleast once in every semester, right before the exams. And every part of it is totally correct. Exams totally suck, more so when the syllabus you are being taught is a decade old, and most of it being irrelevant to your branch of study.
Anyways, I made this post to tell you guys that I may not be able to update this blog regularly now since my Semester 5 exams are starting in a week. How much ever they suck, I will have to go with them since I am not in a position to drop out right now – neither financially nor intellectually. Also I have been procrastinating since a month now, the preparatory leave started exactly a month back and 90% of the nerds in my class have probably finished revising the syllabus twice or thrice.
Here is my Exam Timetable if any of you is interested
Dec 3: Digital Communications
Dec 11: Computer Networks
Dec 16: Micro Processors
Dec 27: Automata Theory
Jan 7: Applied Mathematics 5
Yea, there is quite a long gap between most of them, typical of MU, which should be enough to study the whole thing atleast once, but then Sem V is regarded to be the BAAP of all semesters with everyone getting atleast a couple of KTs and I can’t afford to take a chance now and then study all this shit for 6 more months. I just need a 60% to scrape through into a first class aggregate score, which I hope I’ll get.
Good Luck to me!