It actually was fun.Fun isn't ? LOL. Keep it up and good luck!
Way to go! Sounds like you were prepared !It actually was fun.
I had five exams within five weeks that are supposed to be stressful, but I actually enjoyed it.
The only subject I was worrying about was Maths. I don't know the results of the written exams yet but I'm sure I got at least enough points to pass.
The math exam was like...
Hang in, it will get better. Over here anyway I swear some of the entry level classes are designed to thin the herd. What probably sucks is that you don't get to talk to other students to find out which profs are pains in the ass and should be avoided if possible.After a semester of college that was almost exclusively online, I think I would've done something different if I had known that it would get this bad.
However I passed two of the three tests I wrote so it could still be worse.
I sure hope sothis lock down wont last forever.
Thanks, unfortunately I failed my test in criminal law but I'll have a second attempt on that test Friday.Overall , it sounds like you are moving in the right direction.
Hopefully you are still excited about the subject matter and enjoy putting the
new knowledge in your head. Keep getting those passing grades
Hang in, it will get better. Over here anyway I swear some of the entry level classes are designed to thin the herd. What probably sucks is that you don't get to talk to other students to find out which profs are pains in the ass and should be avoided if possible.
Ok, good. Second attempts always work out better. You have plenty of time to prepare.Thanks, unfortunately I failed my test in criminal law but I'll have a second attempt on that test Friday.
Passing 2 of 3 tests on the first attempt was honestly better than I expected.
Some in my former school always used the card method to prepare for tests. I have never used it so far but I am considering to try it for future tests.Ok, good. Second attempts always work out better. You have plenty of time to prepare.
The secret I learned about studying for tests is the flash(index) card method. Write a question on one side
and the answer on the other. It may take you a few hours to make the cards but once you get them done
stop for the nite. Then the next day , do nothing but read the cards over and over again for 2 straight hours, then stop.
The 3 rd day , start trying to memorize the answers - for 2 hours, then stop. Then the next nite or 2 before the test ,
make sure you can answer all the card answers by memory. This worked for me from high school through college, and I even used this
method when I was in my late 40's and had to put a lot of info in my head to pass OSHA certification tests
for my profession. Criminal Law must be fun stuff. I took Business Law in college and really liked it. The one
thing I can remember about that class is making sure you knew what the names of the precedent
setting case names were and the type of law they were connected with or responsible for.
So , GOOD LUCK!
I think the biggest issue is the lack of social contacts with other students.I think on-line courses are tougher with no real professor. Some material is virtually impossibile for anyone to get right on a test and a real professor in my experience would wave those questions.
I remember one problem that I literally worked on for an entire vacation day that I still couldn't solve.
The teacher told us when we got to class that after reviewing the question he was going to give everyone credit or at least not count the wrong answers against us.
I wasn't completely satisfied I am sure I burned more energy than anyone else on that problem, but still it was better than some on line program that wouldn't recognize the issue.