The good news is: I took an earlier course with formulas and stats (with the added joy of a prof who literally said he "just didn't care" if we didn't understand). So some of this is actually familiar. Imagine that.
The bad news: no idea where the "sigma" key is on my laptop. And forgot a pen last night. So I kept typing things like "sigma" and "x with a line above" instead of the actual mathematical symbols.
Good news: prof goes out of his way to be helpful to people who missed 9 hours in order to vacation in Ukraine.
Bad news: lab computers are Windows-based desktops, set up for right-handed people taller than me with super-swivel necks. All muscles above the waistline threatened a full-on knot-strike. My whole right arm was screaming at me - "what is this lump of a mouse thing you're making me push around?"
I haven't used a desktop in a long time....
Good news: I used Windows for a lifetime before switching to Mac. I still remember how to right click.
Good news: You guys. I'm more than halfway through this blessed degree!