With the passing of December 18th, my year with BCIT is done. For good or for now has yet to be determined. However, I did manage to pass all my exams and re-exams. I did much better than I expected, but the re-exams were cutting it close. I got 3, but I was suppose to only get 2. 2 exam questions from 1 exam was thrown out due to being improper, which propelled me into a week of studying for 3 exams. I did all 3 realizing I only had to do only 2 at the end. But it was all good because I managed to learn a lot from my week of intense studying. Electrical was rewarded to me, and General maintenance and Steering were the ones I had to be concerned about. I failed the two former by only one question, but they were pretty simple questions that I happened to overlook. Through the last week of class I learned that the control arm I spent $20 on, but $50 on the bushings didn’t fit my car. I also got spacers from my friend put in, which stopped the tire scrubbing on my springs. The RX-7 also feels a little lower now that the springs have set in, because I couldn’t fit the schools jack underneath when previously I could. Overall, I would rate the course a 4/5 because of the instructor was very helpful. However, the multiple choices exams were very general, and lacked detailed answers and descriptions. Now, to move on by planning JAPAN!