Pretty easy, overall.
This was a terrible class. First of all, Pequannock doesn't offer summer courses unless you fail a graduation requirement, so when I showed up to take the class, they weren't very happy to see me. Second of all, the teacher didn't exist. I don't mean he was quiet or had no class control - I mean that there is no human being named Mr. Eric Smith who's ever taught at this high school.
The good part about this course was the fact that they tried to teach about science. I mean, they didn't succeed, but they tried. Who is "they"? Whoever kept leaving us instructions written on scraps of paper taped to the chalkboards were "they".
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Advice for students:
It's a trap! I mean that seriously. In addition to the fact that no one's allowed to take the course and the teacher doesn't exist, my fellow students had a terrible record of showing up. I was the only student present, at all, ever. Also, there was no power in the classroom, so there were never any lights and I couldn't charge my phone. Plus the janitors would yell at me if they saw me coming out of the room, because they didn't think it was an actual classroom.