April 25, 2006

It's final finals time!

Just and hour and a half of Bac Path stands between me and permanent freedom from exam tyranny. I approach this exam with 100% confidence, I personal worst is defiantely on the cards (as you can imagine, it will take some doing to outdo Yr2 cell biology but I have a good – or should that be bad? – feeling about this one). Basically, as long as they ask a question on pneumococcal adhesion or Mycobacteria I should muster a pass. Anything else would equal total disaster.

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  1. I wish to retract this statement and am overjoyed to annouce my a hopeful pass!

    25 Apr 2006, 13:07

  2. Alisa Saunders

    Now you can enjoy a respite filled with lazing in front of Sky One repeats of Buffy the Vampire Slayer, driving to places for practice, driving back again out of necessity, having cool beers in country pubs in the middle of the day, reading Jean Baudrillard until four in the morning or until your eyes bleed, whichever comes first. The joys! While I sit in Bloomsbury till 1am suffering the tortures of press week, fact-checking a graphic piece on sewage which I believe was at one distant point somewhere in your line of work. Congratulations!

    27 Apr 2006, 12:53

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