By this point, my hiccups had subsided and I met with the dean of admissions for the school of music. It was a fairly standard meeting. He died me what instrument I played, what I was interested in studying, etc. and he gave me a handy sheet of when all the audition dates are! Great! This saves me so much time and swearing at the website, so thank you!
After that, I attended an English course. They were talking about Huck Finn, so I actually knew what was going on! The class was really cool. They really analyzed the book pretty thoroughly, though I will say that I'm starting to now really appreciate my education, as I think I did about this much analysis and such last year when I read this. Anyway, I then had a sit-down with the really nice teacher. She was this kinda quiet, mousy but confident person, and I liked her. She talked about what types of books they read over the course of the year, and I was impressed. My hiccups then returned, and I went back to the hotel.
I read a lot of my new Buffy books, and took copious notes within the pages. I felt so proud of myself! Had a lovely dinner at this English pub, and now my hiccups have returned again with a vengeance and I'm going to bed so I can stop feeling pain. Goodnight!