Monday, January 12, 2009

School Administration

So the class that I want to get into is closed. I don't understand how I'm supposed to convince the instructor that he should override me into class. And really it's organic chemistry, how many people are going to drop out of this class anyway, I'll fit right in after a couple weeks. But I think I have to go in and see him in person and that's annoying since I don't get back until late....lame. I just don't know how to write this type of stuff in an email.


Abbey said...

So come back earlier! ;)

Kara said...

I get emails for overrides all the time, and I always approve them. You know enough students will drop that it won't be a big deal, and I'm sure he knows that with chemistry. It would probably surprise him if you actually did it in person, and there may be other students trying to get in too so you want to be high on his list. I'd email him! Just explain the circumstances, I bet he's used to it! Or he'll be flattered that someone actually wants to take o chem!