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Anyone taking an OU exam this week?

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Greaterthanthesumoftheparts Sat 28-May-16 22:29:54

How is revision going?

I'm taking the S240 exam on Friday, need a distinction to be on target for a first, so studying like a maniac! How is everyone else getting on?

OohMrDarcy Sat 28-May-16 22:44:26

I have 2!

M258 on Tuesday and T324 Wednesday - bricking it!

Greaterthanthesumoftheparts Sat 28-May-16 22:52:00

Wow a level 2 and a level 3 in the same week, you're brave!!! Are the 30 or 60 pointers?

fuckweasel Sat 28-May-16 23:58:32

Me! 60 credit module on Thursday. Revision swinging between 'I'll be fine' to 'Shit, shit, shit' at the moment,

OohMrDarcy Sun 29-May-16 20:21:47

hmmm brave.... or really REALLY stupid!

Its been fine all year... but now the exams have hit - and of course how can you revise well for two completey different subjects... couldn't be further apart really. One is all definitions and processes and acronyms... the other is seriously intense technical and hardcore maths!

They are both 30 pts

Mum2three77 Tue 31-May-16 18:15:27

Yes business friday am b203

TrinityForce Tue 31-May-16 18:16:55

ooh Mum2three77 I'm doing b203 this coming October, could you update to say how the exam goes? How the questions are set etc.?

No exams myself but best of luck to you all flowers

OohMrDarcy Tue 31-May-16 21:23:42

M258 done! Went better than I was expecting <massive relief>

Tomorrows T324 is now imminent and I know that one will be horrible.... Chants to self "Just got to get a pass mark"

Good luck to those with them still to come!

OddBoots Sun 05-Jun-16 19:10:11

I hope you all got on okay. I have a SK320 on the 31st May and SD329 on 1st June. That was an intensive couple of days and ds is in the middle of his AS exams too.

I think they went okay, I'm not on for a first but I think a 2:1 is a reasonable hope. I just have my dissertation/project module to go but the OU don't run it as an October start so I have to wait for January.

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