February 17, 2005

sar's essay theorem #1

theorem #1:
this is the first in a series of theories about essays (hence the name)..

the basic premise of theorem #1 is that when you believe you've crashed and burned in an essay, it is more than a little likely that you'll get a high mark…roughly 76.5% likely to be precise..
however, the converse is similarly true… when you believe your essay is truly sparkly, it will invariably come back with a fail mark…97.6% in fact…

proof: my recent modes of reading essay… took an all-nighter to write total rubbish…came back with 2 marks off a first…

why? your guess is as good as mine. it's just the way it is.
sod's law or something…

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  1. Clever clogs, more like! :P

    17 Feb 2005, 20:27

  2. muhahahaha!

    ….seriously though, it's just true! (the theorem i mean) t'essay was too rubbish for chips!!

    17 Feb 2005, 22:21

  3. You'll find in second and third years it evens out a bit… although recently I handed in a really crap essay and a really good one on the same day. Got good marks for both, but did better in the crap one! Who can say why (ps never take 18th Century!!!)

    21 Feb 2005, 22:52

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