I'll be taking my last final in a couple hours, then I can happily move on to more important things. This semester has been far easier than the first, which itself was only difficult due to a class I took that I had no reason to take thanks to a long-cancelled Masters option.
I managed to watch about half of the taped lectures for my probability class, not take part in study groups, not do the last homework, and put about a day or two of effort into the tests and I ended up with grades well above the class averages...surprisingly above average actually. The fact that Montgomery and Runger's book is written well helps. Some books make learning on your own painful. I'm super, super serial.
My Masters project is closer to done than not because I'm retarded and thought the whole thing was due this semester. Hopefully that'll help make next semester easier also.