Last exam today and that’s another semester done.
Should be an ok mark for this one too barring one really, really stupid mistake. I had been reading various articles as part of my revision and there was one I really liked and quoted from. Only problem was, I couldn’t, for the life of me, remember the author’s name. I finally ‘remembered’, only when I checked up afterwards I realised I had got the name completely wrong. What a numpty. I’d have been better leaving it to an unattributed source to be on the safe side.
The other thing was that I had to give up writing with over 5 minutes left. I could have written more but my hand was getting serious cramp and it was getting painful to keep writing. I’m pretty heavy-handed when I write and it tells when you write solidly for nearly 2 hours. Need to get in training for the next set of exams, I think.
Overall, I’m fairly happy with the way the exams went and I should be in line for reasonable passes. I can start looking forward to next semester when I have the delights of a chaplaincy placement at the Royal Infirmary, Reformation Theology and Methods of Reading the Hebrew Bible. I’m really looking forward to the last one: the lecturer, Hans Barstad, is excellent and is up there with the best of them in OT studies.
Now to catch up with all those household jobs that have been neglected for the last 13 weeks.