I’ll tell you what - I don’t know if it’s normal, but I think I can relate to your attitude. I have been discerning priesthood to varying degrees of seriousness the past 3 1/2 years, and while I would not have used the word “boring” to describe my college experience throughout 3 of those years, I can relate to just wanting to hurry up and finish so I can go off to seminary!
Well, I graduated in May and now I’m not in seminary…funny how that works! The way it worked out, I plan to begin the application with a diocese, within the next few days, and now I want to just skip the next 8 months and start seminary…lol.
So again, don’t know if it’s normal, but I don’t think you’re entirely alone in that thought process. However, I do want to caution you - I guess you’re in the process of discerning, but unless you discern with a spiritual director that you should drop your current studies to either a) discern better or b) enter seminary, try to make the most of them for as long as you do take them. I think it is good for any undertaking, especially an educational one such as taking college classes, to be done cheerfully and for the glory of God.