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09.11.2004Tuesday 9 November – Study

I studied hard at uni. Well, I didn’t really study anything, I just indexed all the keywords and concepts I could find, but in doing so did actually do a lot of study. As it ends up, the majority of what I indexed wasn’t actually used in the exam, but I managed to find almost everything asked in the exam, either in the lecture notes or in marked tutorials, within seconds using my index – so it really helped and I’ll be using this same technique for my other open book exams.
Comment by tracy – Friday 12 November 2004, 10:47 PM
  toads sounds remarkably like ducks
Comment by Ned – Saturday 13 November 2004, 1:17 AM
  Except lower.

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