You know that nervous feeling you get in your gut when you step up to present your presentation in front of a class full of students and professors. Well, I can tell you every student in this school has felt that same feeling before. As you get closer to senior year it should get easier. In my experience it has become much easier. As I stepped into the front of my thesis presentation professors last week, I realized all the years of prep and work it has taken to get me to be as good and ready as I could have been in that room. In my opinion I'd have to say the worst part is when you get to the end and the professors begin asking questions. It's always so nerve wrecking, will I be able to answer this to the best of my ability or am I going to mess this up? It's always what comes to my mind before presenting. This time it was so much different. Knowing this is the finale I have been working towards as nervous as I had been the second, I stepped in front of the room all my nerves disappeared and I had finally been free from the un-forgetful feeling of pressure which my body relied on when being ready to present. The second it was over... nothing... I had not only finished my 2.5-year presentation, but I had been done with a second thesis presentation and had been on track for graduation. I have never been so grateful for all the prep work which took me to get to and feel so ready to present this and get it over with. Due to the hard work and persistence I asked to go before the other presenter to step up and do what I had come there for. This is an un-forgetful feeling that I will forever be thankful for. I know thesis prep for any major maybe scary and nerve wrecking but after doing two of them I promise you DO NOT give up, keep pushing, and keep practicing. I promise when your time comes, and you get it over with everything becomes an exciting part of your past which you pushed past and finished with one more college presentation off your chest, and guess what? You're ready for graduation, don't give up and finish the fight with no regrets. Also always remember it gets much easier!