He had been guaranteed a job upon graduation. He knew that job would turn into a lucrative career. That career would help him fulfill his lifetime desire of living the lifestyle he had dreamed about since he was a child.
He had many years of hard work and study behind him and one last course to pass before him.
Spring semester was drawing to a close and he had to pass this last course, entitled “Establishing and Developing Relationships”. It had the reputation of being the easiest course on campus.
That was fine with Greg as long as it met the requirement to fulfill his degree, which it did.
Today would be a monumental day. His only concern was that he pass his final exam. It was worth 55 percent of his overall grade which meant if he didn’t pass the final he wouldn’t pass the course. He figured the final would be just as easy as the regular course work.Although he had studied intensely for this final test ne could not escape this sense of uneasiness which was located deep down inside of him.
He scurried down the hallway, passing the janitor as he entered the classroom, as he had done so many times before.
He quickly sat down and awaited instructions from the professor. The professor was walking up and down the aisles handing out the examface down. Greg was surprised it was only one page and apparently single-sided. He thought not only was it going to be easy, it would be quick as well. He flipped the paper over and was astonished to see the entire Final exam consisted of a single question. It read:
You have come to this classroom three times a week for the last four and one-half months. Everytime you entered the classroom the same janitor was right outside the door. What is his first name?_____________.