Tag: Exams

  • The fat lady is clearing her throat

    That title is not meant to be sexist or fattist (honest) but rather a reference to my third exam being finished thereby leaving only one more exam for my remaining time at uni (you’ll notice I’m still not thinking about my dissertation). No exams if I do a masters, just lots of essays. Today’s Hebrew […]

  • Time to breathe again

    Two exams down, one to go – and that’s not until the 19th. Yesterday morning was Biblical Interpretation. It wasn’t too bad and I ended up answering questions that I hadn’t specifically revised for. Not sure if that suggest complacency or arrogance on my part, but when I looked at the questions, I didn’t feel […]

  • Exam results

    Last semester’s exam results are now out. I’ve managed 3 ‘B’s which is quite fine by me. That’s ‘B’s for all of last year’s subjects (although I’m still waiting for official confirmation of the 1st semester results) which keeps me on course for an eventual 2:1 or 2:2 (if I ease off a bit).

  • And it’s all over

    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 […]

  • Another one bites the dust

    Well, that’s Modern Christology done and dusted. Entirely predictable questions, but that’s never been the issue – it’s the answers that are the problem. So, knowing the likely questions, you go in armed with loads of stuff to put down on paper and then it becomes an exercise in constructing an argument around what you […]

  • 1 down 2 to go

    First exam done today – The Making of Christian Orthodoxy 325-451. Questions were OK, pretty much what had been hinted at and I was able to comfortably answer 2 of them and a bit of waffle on the 3rd. Overall, should be a reasonable pass; not stunning, but reasonable. One on Monday morning and one […]