Well, t'is the season. How many others on here are applying to university? Which ones? Which programs? Have a meltdown yet? I'm practicing for my upcoming auditions for the University of Toronto, McGill University, and Humber College jazz program auditions. My meltdown occurs now because: I might not get an audition at McGill because I waited until the last possible minute to send in my pre-audition audition CD which was supposed to be there today. Because of my idiocy and the lack of speed at Canada Post, even though I took it in on Friday, the fastest it can be there is Wednesday. Oh, and on the advice of one person present at the session, I recorded All The Things You Are with BG, which (IMO) resulted in a stylistic nightmare but I can't go back and re-record it now. Also, I hadn't played BG for more than half an hour in almost three months so my intonation was just delightful. I have to learn Groovin' High, Billie's Bounce, and a Ray Brown solo transcription (all on upright bass.) The Ray Brown is probably the easiest. Groovin' High is, at the moment, quite possibly going to send my left forearm and hand into convulsions. Thanks, Diz. Compound this with the fact that the University of Toronto, which requires all auditioners to play Groovin' High on their respective instruments, only accepts two bass players a year. The only thing I'm not worried about in relation to school is Humber College, mostly because I have no fear about getting accepted, as I could've if I had applied last year.