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Passing Observations

Some thoughts on writing exams, from a guy who just graded 240 of them

As I’ve mentioned in previous posts, I recently graded (or, as we say in New Zealand, marked) more than 240 exam papers (or scripts). 1,294 more words

Day 5, 6 and 7 #YellFreeMum

I am impressed with the Teen, (maybe he wants something or maybe he just responds better to me when I don’t ‘lose it!’) The last 3 mornings he has come down stairs fully uniformed bags packed and sorted himself out with breakfast.   130 more words


My personal tips on studying

LET ME TELL YOU HOW TO NOT PROCRASTINATE…..While I procrastinate on my own exams.

Anywho, here are some tips I personally found that were super helpful for me, again, if you procrastinated and haven’t even begun to study for that one exam in 12 hours (whoops). 332 more words

The Woes Of A Levels 

Sooo… I may have to apologise… I’m sorry I missed yesterday, but forgive me for it was parents evening and all chill was lost.

As some of you may know, I’ve started sixth form this year and thus I’m starting my a levels. 281 more words

All The Woes

Final Exam: Tuesday December 20 3:45-5:45

Some quick updates this week:

  • I’ll be emailing papers back to whatever address you used to send it to me. Look out for it.
  • Final papers (and the optional extra credit assignment) are both due via email on Thursday 12/15 by midnight EST … 285 more words
  • Exams

    The benefits of the “Little and Often” approach…

    By now most students will know from trial and error that everyone retains information in their own way and the same goes for learning and study sessions. 221 more words

    The Catholic College Student’s Guide to Surviving Finals Week

    Finals week is rough and we all know it.  Whether you have one exam or ten exams, this week can be hard on your physical, mental, and spiritual well-being.  601 more words