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    hopefully everyones exams are going well (or have gone well)


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    Quote Originally Posted by HarvestMoon View Post
    Just had my stat exam. I'm really not sure how I went. Hoping it's enough.
    Now to start studying for Monday's exam.

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    Good luck for Monday! Did you get through all the questions on the stats exam?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Cue View Post
    Good luck for Monday! Did you get through all the questions on the stats exam?
    Not quite. The last question was on linear regression and I just had NFI. Shame because it was worth 20 points.
    I answered the bulk of the other questions, some were complete guesses though. Hopefully it will be enough.

    For the test on Monday I only have to get 3.25 points to pass the course so I'm not too worried about it. Would be nice to maintain the HD if possible though.

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    I am about to get ready to leave for my genetics exam. I am repeating the subject after failing by half a percent last year so the pressure is on. This is the least fav subject ever. I would prefer to have to study a PhD in languages and statistics then sit this subject.

    At least when this is over, I will be able to only have fun subjects left for the rest of my degree over the next 2 years.

    I have another exam in 2 weeks on the paleoevolution of Australian vegitation which I am not at all concerned about.

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    Quote Originally Posted by HarvestMoon View Post
    Not quite. The last question was on linear regression and I just had NFI. Shame because it was worth 20 points.
    I answered the bulk of the other questions, some were complete guesses though. Hopefully it will be enough.

    For the test on Monday I only have to get 3.25 points to pass the course so I'm not too worried about it. Would be nice to maintain the HD if possible though.

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    Oh yeah, I'm glad I went through linear regression just before the exam because we had a question on that too. At least your Monday exam doesn't have too much pressure on it if you only need 3.25!

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    Quote Originally Posted by tastychicken View Post
    I am about to get ready to leave for my genetics exam. I am repeating the subject after failing by half a percent last year so the pressure is on. This is the least fav subject ever. I would prefer to have to study a PhD in languages and statistics then sit this subject.

    At least when this is over, I will be able to only have fun subjects left for the rest of my degree over the next 2 years.

    I have another exam in 2 weeks on the paleoevolution of Australian vegitation which I am not at all concerned about.
    Good to get the crappy subjects over with. Good luck!!!

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    On way to exam and what happens.....flat tyre. Stress stress stress

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    Quote Originally Posted by tastychicken View Post
    On way to exam and what happens.....flat tyre. Stress stress stress
    Oh no! Hope you make it on time!

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    My partner came and saved me. He drove me to my exam and is taking me to lunch afterwards as I stayed so calm in a crisis.

    I am so lucky I have such a wonderful man in my life.

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    Quote Originally Posted by tastychicken View Post
    My partner came and saved me. He drove me to my exam and is taking me to lunch afterwards as I stayed so calm in a crisis.

    I am so lucky I have such a wonderful man in my life.
    Good news! How do you think you went?

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