If willing, include the name of the school and the year--that's how I noticed xouper and I both went to USF.
I'll kick it off with what I posted to the other thread that got it started:
I should mention it went just as well as I planned--the material was old hat to me, "studying" consisted of flipping through the appropriate section for about 15 minutes to remind myself the formal names and symbols for things, and if I didn't get a perfect score on every test including the final, I came close.gnome wrote: I was in the math department [at USF] from '91 to '93 for my BA, then copped out of higher math and got an MBA two years later. But I guess it's possible we ran into each other at some point.
I never had any classes from Dr. Zerla himself. The biggest thing I remember was that we discovered partway into my last semester that I was going to be short one class worth of credits for graduation. So he arranged for me to enroll for a first-year course in logic and set theory, material that I was already way beyond. It was at the same time as one of my other classes, but that didn't matter because we knew I would ace the tests, and he could arrange separate times for me to take them. So I was handed a late add approval form, a course overload approval form, and the time-turner a schedule conflict approval form. When I brought them to the registrar she was astonished and asked where the hell I had gotten the forms. But it got worked out. I like to joke that in order to graduate I had to break every registration rule.