April 21, 2009

Problem with third–year exams

It is that time of year again, that I feel more comfortable to blog than revise for examinations.

I have to assume there must be some sort of fishy thing happened to have me done this far. As a third-year student, you are assumed to know your first and second which barely happens. I think it is easier to learn something new than learning something you thought you know but you really don't. This is what exactly happening. In the name of maximising exam performance, I reduce my revision time which hopefully would push me doing more thinking during exam. You thought you know it and the only to find out is examination which is the probably the only way and it depends on so much else. And as a third-year, you had far too much experience to evaluate from which is a great waste of time. You also know exactly what will happen, how to prevent it if it is not good, but you always decide not to.

Time to revise! Ouch!

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