10: You think of the syllabus as a suggestion page.
9: The class might jeopardize your 'D' average.
8: You have a party to celebrate spelling your name right on the test.
7: It's the only thing keeping you from graduating in only twelve years.
6: You've already signed up to take the class again the next two years.
5: The instructor suggests maybe basics of counting just isn't for you.
4: The school considers dropping the requirement to get rid of you.
3: You've finally figured out the first week of notes and you took the class thirty years ago.
2: A group project is assigned and your assigned partner quits school.
1: Before the final you ask "What class is this? I wasn't paying attention."