Tuesday, October 03, 2006
Why I am not a mathematician
For a work conference I'm going to in 3 weeks, we have pre-work. It's due today. It's now 9 p.m. and I'm still struggling with the statistics homework. I don't understand statistics, which is why I signed up for the class. As a medical writer and editor I need to understand them. But how can they expect me to read a few pages of math definitions and then be able to apply them to a pretend study?
The funny thing is that I could just make something up and send it in. We're not getting graded on this stuff. But you can take the straight A student out of high school, but you can't take straight A student out of the girl. That doesn't even make sense. I'm fried!
Posted by Writer Bug at 9:13 PM