May 28, 2005

And we are done!

Follow-up to Shamelessly copying from From tractors to reactors

At last, exams for this year are over. Overall I think they went ok considering, I'm very interested (and impatient) to get my results, which I think are out on the 23rd June. Lessons learned: actually do a bit of work on your hard courses during the year, don't leave all coursework till the night before, and consider revising more than 24 hours in advance for the more taxing exams. Results to be posted when they come! Off to look at some Formula Student stuff now after Qualifying, party tonight, Formula Student tomorrow, monday and possibly tuesday, wednesday morning I have my IC engines presentation to do, thursday it's off to Silverstone to watch F1 testing, then friday I'm going home!!!! Wooo! Then the job starts on the 13th.

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  1. Congratulations Chris! Enjoy your freedom!

    28 May 2005, 18:08

  2. Yay you have finished!

    29 May 2005, 00:43

  3. Am busy celebrating my freedom by sitting indoors on a gorgeous sunny day working on next year's engineering project with the rest of the group :-( Grrr…

    29 May 2005, 10:34

  4. Well done on finishing!! I'm sorry i didnt get to say goodbye in person :-( but i hope you have a fab summer. If you're heading round here, feel free to pop in! You'd be more than welcome.

    29 May 2005, 11:11

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