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16-06-2014 20:14 #21
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16-06-2014 20:36 #22
I have final exam on thurs - don't really care about it at this point. V bad attitude I know....
i had 4 hour legal exam two weeks ago and got an HD which is crazy, but this one I'm not at all as confident.
I did psych a few years back and I was one of those mental people who loved stats. also epidemiology. Loser I know.
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16-06-2014 20:37 #23
Much luck to everyone!
16-06-2014 22:15 #24
Agree on Andy Field! He makes it much more accessible.
I just finished my 'cheat sheet', I have written as much as humanly possible on that sheet of paper!! I just hope I haven't missed anything important.
I'm glad a chunk of the exam is multiple choice, at least I have a shot at guessing correctly if I don't know the answers!
16-06-2014 22:21 #25
16-06-2014 22:23 #26
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17-06-2014 07:36 #27
Stats was one of my least favourite math based subjects from my last degree! (Engineering), so I feel for you all!
Yesterday's exam was OK - Of the three questions I could handle two and the third there may have been a bit of improvising... but considering I thought it was going to be a total write off I'm pretty happy.
AND, I'm now finished potentially for a whole year as I'm planning on taking first semester off next year (bub due in December) and even contemplating taking this coming semester off so I can enjoy some more time with DD and take care of myself during the pregnancy.
17-06-2014 08:20 #28
I'm headed to the library to study for Friday's exam. It's my politics and policy exam, I've chosen my two question topics (though don't know the actual questions) and so I'm revising policy cycle/implementation and Senate voting (both topics I covered in my two essays).
Though I am not at ALL confident about this exam
17-06-2014 10:46 #29
Lillynix - sounds complicated! Good luck with the study.
GM - yay for being done!! A break will probably be a good idea. I only do one subject at a time which has been really manageable so you could always do that to reduce your load throughout the pregnancy.
I just left my exam - all done!!! It really wasn't too bad at all. I ran out of time for the last short-answer question but got as much down as I could. I'm pretty confident that I've done enough to get a credit overall (unless I've done something terribly wrong!!).
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20-06-2014 10:12 #30
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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