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OT - Uni work

foreverabumbly
4/11/2009
1:51:11 PM
so, my exam started an hour and a half ago, perhaps I should go read the question?!?
daave
4/11/2009
7:34:31 PM
On 4/11/2009 foreverabumbly wrote:
>so, my exam started an hour and a half ago, perhaps I should go read the
>question?!?

To steal a line from my climbing partner

'Should' is such a strong word....really you 'could' go read the question...

:)


jacq
4/11/2009
11:12:30 PM
Nah, I have students who never seem to bother reading the question!
Dane
4/11/2009
11:20:07 PM
Start uni work? why start now, I've been putting it off for the last 14 weeks

And I have 4 exams next week, so I'm climbing at Booroomba tomorrow. Seems like a better option really.

Dane

foreverabumbly
5/11/2009
8:14:02 AM
Im still doing that exam. 24 hrs plus 4 essay topics equal epic.

still my own fault, if I spent half as much time over the last 20ish hours on my exam as I have on facebook I would have finished by now. Still only 700 words to go, woot.
daave
5/11/2009
8:54:12 AM
On 5/11/2009 foreverabumbly wrote:
>Im still doing that exam. 24 hrs plus 4 essay topics equal epic.
>
>still my own fault, if I spent half as much time over the last 20ish hours
>on my exam as I have on facebook I would have finished by now. Still only
>700 words to go, woot.

Ahhh, see I knew facebook would kill me for these exams next week, so I got my friend to change my password for me so I actually just can't go on. Surprisingly..it works! If you disregard the time I have spent trying to guess my password...my study has been much more productive....
Olbert
5/11/2009
10:15:23 AM
On 5/11/2009 daave wrote:
>Ahhh, see I knew facebook would kill me for these exams next week, so
>I got my friend to change my password for me so I actually just can't go
>on. Surprisingly..it works! If you disregard the time I have spent trying
>to guess my password...my study has been much more productive....

I am outraged that Im not the one you trusted with you facebook password! You trust me with your life when your on the sharp end, how come not the facebook!?!?
I wouldnt do anything...though 'would' is such a strong word really
daave
5/11/2009
10:22:25 AM
On 5/11/2009 Olbert wrote:

>
>I am outraged that Im not the one you trusted with you facebook password!
> You trust me with your life when your on the sharp end, how come not the
>facebook!?!?
>I wouldnt do anything...though 'would' is such a strong word really

Facebook rape is soooooooo much worse than cratering...
Olbert
7/11/2009
10:20:06 AM
On 5/11/2009 daave wrote:
>Facebook rape is soooooooo much worse than cratering...
We'll just have to see about that! You didnt seem to like my extra dodgy indoor lead belaying yesterday!

foreverabumbly
9/11/2009
12:38:09 PM
damn my lecturers are cruel, yet another 24 hr exam,

now until 12 pm tomorrow :(
widewetandslippery
9/11/2009
12:47:18 PM
As you all seem to be intent on wasting time, humour me. How does a 24hr exam work. I assume its online? Wouldn't you invest the semester devising the best way to cheat, surely that would be more profitable that studying a syllabyss? What subjects are these for?

foreverabumbly
9/11/2009
1:11:39 PM
lol, I have 6 essay questions, I have to pick 4 to write, in a 24 hr period. I can use texts and discuss with friends etc. THis one is for a subject called Australian Culture and Land.

The questions are on our understanding of the sylabus. So we do need to study the course content to answer them properly, The questions are designed to engage our understanding, not to just recite quotes or facts. So there are no real ways to 'cheat'

We were not given clues as to what sections of the course content would be used and im writing on chockstone not to be wasting time or overly blaise, but to disolve some stress and angst in a way that doesnt effect my essays.
widewetandslippery
9/11/2009
1:23:12 PM
On 9/11/2009 foreverabumbly wrote:
>lol, I have 6 essay questions, I have to pick 4 to write, in a 24 hr period.
>I can use texts and discuss with friends etc. THis one is for a subject
>called Australian Culture and Land.

thanks for the reply. What course are you doing that makes you study such waffle?
>
>The questions are on our understanding of the sylabus.

At least you can spell sylabus, I can't.

So we do need to
>study the course content to answer them properly, The questions are designed
>to engage our understanding, not to just recite quotes or facts. So there
>are no real ways to 'cheat'

You just haven't put enough effort into cheating.

>
>We were not given clues as to what sections of the course content would
>be used and im writing on chockstone not to be wasting time or overly blaise,
>but to disolve some stress and angst in a way that doesnt effect my essays.

You need to start using your non dominant hand and all stress and angst will be disolved.

foreverabumbly
9/11/2009
2:20:50 PM
On 9/11/2009 widewetandslippery wrote:
>thanks for the reply. What course are you doing that makes you study such
>waffle?

Outdoor and Environmental Education,

apparantly discussing the role terra nullius plays on shaping how Australian manage biodiversity conservation, or the legacy of Governor Phillips .actions towards indigenous people have on our cultural understanding of the land is integral to how I guide rockclimbing at Arapiles.

Go figure.

Rocker
9/11/2009
4:33:19 PM
On 9/11/2009 foreverabumbly wrote:
>Outdoor and Environmental Education,

LIES!!! LIES!! I SMELL A LIAR!!

"Enviromental"? since when?

Better get back to it..

foreverabumbly
9/11/2009
5:46:37 PM
On 9/11/2009 Rocker wrote:
>On 9/11/2009 foreverabumbly wrote:
>>Outdoor and Environmental Education,
>
>LIES!!! LIES!! I SMELL A LIAR!!
>
>"Enviromental"? since when?
>
>Better get back to it..

oh, hush Mark, just because your doing Oudoor Rec instead. get back to the exam you rock jock
Dane
9/11/2009
7:01:55 PM
1 exam down, 3 to go...
climbing planned for tomorrow night, wednesday night and maybe friday =p
daave
9/11/2009
9:17:03 PM
Ahhhh...tomorrow the exams begin :(

Only 5 exams then 4 months... :)

I'm going into physiology tomorrow sitting on an HD...coming out may be a completely different story however!

Anyone wanna teach me stats for Wed? See my theory is that based on the Central limit theorem, the probability of me receiving a mark within the 99% confidence interval whilst rejecting the null hypothesis is PHAIL!

Rocker
9/11/2009
9:46:50 PM
On 9/11/2009 daave wrote:
>I'm going into physiology tomorrow sitting on an HD...coming out may be
>a completely different story however!
>
>Anyone wanna teach me stats for Wed? See my theory is that based on the
>Central limit theorem, the probability of me receiving a mark within the
>99% confidence interval whilst rejecting the null hypothesis is PHAIL!

Dude, Sounds like you need to get into a real (?) course like Outdoor Education... Especially ur a climber... seriously do it. Where is knowing the central limit theorem going to get u in life anyway? surely it wont help you to get to the top of a cliff...

foreverabumbly
9/11/2009
10:22:48 PM
On 9/11/2009 Rocker wrote:
>Dude, Sounds like you need to get into a real (?) course like Outdoor
>Education... Especially ur a climber... seriously do it. Where is knowing
>the central limit theorem going to get u in life anyway? surely it wont
>help you to get to the top of a cliff...

I say neither would

On 9/11/2009 foreverabumbly wrote:
>apparantly discussing the role terra nullius plays on shaping how Australian
>manage biodiversity conservation, or the legacy of Governor Phillips .actions
>towards indigenous people have on our cultural understanding of the land
>is integral to how I guide rockclimbing at Arapiles.

and that what we are studing to do!

Best of luck Daave; HD means youve got it sussed, no drama's :)

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