I had to write a paper for one of my classes; 25 % of my grade.
The paper was sociologically oriented. Behavioral models. What this "hard science" geek thinks of as psychobabble to explain why people do what they do. Necessary, but irritating. Not my strong suit; I'm used to following recipes. Mix agar A; add bacteria B and antibiotic C. Either it will grow or not. There are biochemical reasons why.
This is a little softer, squishier, and unsatisfying because it's trying to use hard science labels for something not hard. I loved English Lit; it was all squishy. Music is "hard," but when you add squish, it becomes good. But categorizing something squishy in hard science terms, no, not for me. This blend is just really uncomfortable.
SO, I got a 95 on the paper! The "hard" professor in this team-taught course graded it.
The house is a mess, keeping all the balls in the air is really challenging, but I'm doing it, one paper, one exam at a time.