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Year View| Summary| Highlights| Month View| Thursday 23 June 2005 (Day View) – Exam – COMS4200
23.06.2005 – Thursday 23 June – Networks II Exam
- • I set two alarms just to make sure I didn’t sleep in, and then managed to sleep in anyway – fortunately for only ten minutes or so. Joe drove me to the train so I wouldn’t miss it, and skimmed my COMS4200 lecture notes on the way to uni.
- • I sat my COMS4200 exam. It wasn’t as bad as I was expecting, although I finished with only minutes to spare. I felt that I had gone well in the mid-semester exam, and then got an awful mark, so I’m not going to draw any conclusions from this one until I see the results.
- • It was very, very cold. I walked to a nice and warm Indian place for dinner, but nearly froze getting there.
- • I spent the cold night warm with Bronwen, at her place.