I got back from writing my last final of my University career a little while ago (well for several years as I think I will eventually be coming back for an MBA). Went well, so I'm 99.9% sure that I'll have a 4 year BSc in Computer Science and an Advanced Certificate in Molecular Biology (which is equivalent to the 4 year BSc in cmpt sci as I could have applied to convocate with the titles reversed) in about a month. The feeling when I handed this exam in was, well, bleh. I was so much more excited when I finished my last final in my first year. To this milestone I was more or less indifferent. There are only two reasons I can come up with for this. The first is I had my last two finals today and yesterday. I haven't sleep well the last three nights and spent most of the last three days studing so I'm pretty tired. But more then that, I don't have a job lined up yet. At the end of each of my previous 5 years I always had a job lined up and knew I'd be coming back to school in 4 months. I'm hopeful my feelings will change once I've found that first decent job and know where I'll be living (I sure hope I can manage to stay our of an apartment). Any similar experiences from those who are several years ahead of where I am now?