Sunday, April 06, 2008

Drafting exam

This is tomorrow. I am having very mixed feelings about it.

This is an exam. Exams are supposed to require work. I had made no plans for the weekend and prepared to work.

However, I have found this entire subject very fluffy and difficult to revise. It all seems to obvious and I'm not really sure what I should be learning.

So I haven't done very much.

Which makes me feel guilty.

But then when I try to do some, I end up putting it all away again because it seems so easy and obvious and I feel like it really can't be that hard an exam.

This worries me. Drafting doesn't strike me as particularly difficult to pass, but I am a rather diligent student, so I can't help but feel guilty when I end up doing something else, and feel like maybe I should be afraid and should do more work and learn something else.

So I pick it up again and so the cycle continues.



Anonymous said...

I feel the same! I think it can't be that bad otherwise they would hvae given us longer than the weekend between the PLR hand-in and the drafting exam
Good luck!

Medically Brunette said...

well I know nothing about drafting, but I shall wish you good luck for what its worth.

Anonymous said...

Is this diligent student thing serious? Or are you just being funny? I cant work it out. If you really were hard-working and scarily obsessive I'm not sure you'd share that fact with everyone. Give us a clue?

Law Minx said...

I agree that drafting is relative pants, provided you take pay absolute attention the matter to hand, which I'm sure you will do, Susie.
All the Very (Belated)Best!!