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    Lightbulb Statistics exam tomorrow

    Eeekkk I have my 3rd year psychology stats exam tomorrow.

    I am feeling so stressed! The kids are driving me nuts doesn't help we went to a Halloween party. Sometimes studying and kids don't mix real well.

    Anyway just a vent as I feel like I need to study more, but nothing is sinking in. I am worried I am going to fail it, but DP worked out I need 48% for a credit and 73% for a distinction.

    These concepts are so far from my comfort zone that it is not funny.

    In the time when I as meant to be preparing we had to go interstate as my Nan passed away

    Anyway I am trying to relax myself as I have been having a pain under my left boob lol and short of breath....I know it is just anxiety but anyway........

    Fingers crossed I at least pass

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    Good luck!!

    Deep breaths and positive thinking

    Good luck, good luck, good luck!!!

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    Good luck, I have my stats exam in a couple of weeks so I know how you feel. I'm sure you will do fine

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    Quote Originally Posted by dancingchipmunk View Post
    Good luck!!

    Deep breaths and positive thinking

    Good luck, good luck, good luck!!!

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    Quote Originally Posted by cashahn View Post
    Good luck, I have my stats exam in a couple of weeks so I know how you feel. I'm sure you will do fine
    Thanks guys!

    So ready for this uni year to be over, doing a year of stats is exhausting.

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    Good luck!! I just enrolled in my first psych stats subject for 1st session next year. Scary! No idea how I'll handle stats.

    I hope you do well in your exam!!!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Cue View Post
    Good luck!! I just enrolled in my first psych stats subject for 1st session next year. Scary! No idea how I'll handle stats.

    I hope you do well in your exam!!!
    Good luck!
    Honestly it has not been that bad. I think that in the end I will be glad that I have got all my stats over and done with unless I go on and do honours.

    I am sure you will be fine

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    Good luck. Stats sucks!

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    Good luck!!!

    I have my first year psych exam on Saturday. Research methods, intelligence, personality, social psychology and cross-cultutral psychology

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    Quote Originally Posted by Lillynix View Post
    Good luck!!!

    I hsve my first year psych exam on Saturday. Research methods, intelligence, personality, social psychology and cross-cultutral psychology
    Good luck!!

    My actual subject is called advanced research design and analysis. If it wasn't a core subject I wouldn't be doing it.


 

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