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I've done 31.48%I am Happy New Year to all students procrastinators
Set yourself a target of minimum words before you can finish (and get off mumsnet ;) )
I can beat you at procrastinating, hands down. I have moved on to extreme self sabotage now.
I win. I have given up.
On the upside I have written 1456 & linked 953
This evening that is; there is another 1200 around somewhereWhy have you given up rechargemybatteries?
I need 5000 words (by 2 weeks ago). I have about 1500 and a mind map. And zero motivation.
8400 by mid DecemberI've done loads of planning... But...<Sigh>
I think the best part of 1500 with 2/3rds linked is enough for tonightI'll start again tomorrow.
It's more than I've done. Well done.
ThanksGo & do a Spidergram or a rich picture - they count as work and are easyThen give up & start tomorrow
How is it going today; I haven't done well - 7 hours on a train & I'm too tired to work
Starting again this evening
Does anyone want to shout at me I'm only up to 39.98%
How's it going today Katy?
Up to 45% last night but I've been at work all day & tonight it's our Christmas do (together with Secret Santa)Roll on tomorrow
& today U have a cold & earache.......buggerOh and a 2hr train journey......did I say bugger?& an important meeting with DD's school.......buggerx3Ah well
But I broke the 50% barrier & I proofed (& linked) everything so far
I have 4 completely linked pieces - 1 piece written & not linked & 1 piece not written Plus I need to do my evidence listIt's not going well - I have to go & collect DH & DD
How did it go Katy, did you submit on time?
submitted it & then she sent it backfinally finished about 10 last night
All assessed & over
Did you get the result you need? I'm still waiting...
I think so - it has to be moderated but I think I'm OKThey don't give grades (at least I don't think they do)
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