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Harry Potter and the d'Alembert ratio test
delirium happy
Today's exam was really rather pleasant. There was only one question on it, worth five marks out of a total of a hundred, which I'm not entirely confident over, and even there I did managed to give a plausible sounding answer, so it's possible that I even got that right. I didn't have time to go back through the paper and check my answers, si I'm sure I'll have made a few stupid mistakes, but even so, I'm sure I've done well.

It was definitely better than Wednesday's exam. That one was not exactly unpleasant, but it certainly wasn't pleasant either. I think i've done moderately OK in it, and given that I only need about 28% to pass due to coursework, I'm fairly confident there too.

So now I'm down to just one exam left, which is on Monday. and given that that oe is 70% coursework and has a pass mark of 35%, I'm fine so long as I turn up and write my name. The temptation to write "I am a fish" 400 times will be strong but resistable. But generally, it's nothing to worry about.

And then that'll be my exams done. Given the circumstances, and that they're my first exams for four or five years, I think I've done rather well.

After the exam today we went to se the latest Harry Potter movie. My verdict: it would have been a whole lot better if it weren't for the three year olds sitting next to us, and the obnoxiously loud and annoying clone-wanabe girls in front of us, who looked about 9 but were doing their best to look like hookers (bad makeup, obnoxioulsy large hoop earrings, strap of training-bra showing, etc.). But that's another rant, the point is that they were annoying. And it seemed as if nobody in the cinema was capable of shutting the fuck up.

My other verdict is that it was quite enjoyable. Not anything too special, but enjoyable nevertheless. What it wasn't was the book, bt then I was under no illusions that it was going to be, so i didn't really mind that at all.

And my final verdict is that there wasn't a single large wooden animal in sight. I'm not sure how to feel about this.

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> The temptation to write "I am a fish" 400 times will be strong but resistable.

I couldn't resist on my last exam of my finals. I'd finished the paper, had about 45 mins left, and wanted to go out with a bang.

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