Next week I am going to be in an intensive studio practice for film photography, the trouble is that a pre requisite for the course is B/w film processing. I know almost absolutely NOTHING about the process, I have never done it before. I know this sounds incredibly stupid, but my stupid stupid art teacher told me it was EASY and that she would teach me and she never did, instead she gave me a phone number and told me to ask them how to do it. That obviously did not work and now, I am angry at inadequate highschool teachers and panicking like crazy because I don't know of anywhere where I can learn let alone access a darkroom. So right now I'm in absolute desperation and I need a STEP BY STEP description of how to do this. I know its incomparable to actually learning by doing it but as I said, I'm extremely desperate. Could someone help me? In very very specific terms, like a 'black and white film processing for dummies'. I've tried looking online for 'how tos' but they're all very general, for example, I don't even know what 'mixer' and 'fixing' is. I cannot back out of this course as there was a selection process and I got in. THANK YOU!