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MS221 was a grade 4 pass. From the breakdown of the MS221 exam, it looks like most were in the same boat, with 79% scoring under 54%. I’m happy with the result (it’s free choice on my degree path) but … Continue reading
I completed the MS221 exam yesterday, the last level two module (hopefully) on my degree, if I was to sum it up in one word it would be “time”. The paper was split in two – the first worth 72% … Continue reading
Exam starts in a few hours. Not very confident to be honest, I think my algebraic manipulation will let me down.
I did the MT264 exam yesterday. I should have sat it two months ago but deferred the date as I was “unavoidably sent to another country at short notice”. The exam was damn near identical to the past papers I’d … Continue reading
Two exams this week – MT264 and MS221. I don’t like exams, I’ve done the past papers and read over my notes but I’m still not looking forward to them.
This post is more to jog my memory than anything else but as I mentioned in an earlier post the OU’s MCT department has a Microsoft DreamSpark Academic subscription. Most modules requires some software. There are most always issues with … Continue reading
Back in October I started to develop some serious shin pain and began the Army’s rehabilitation process. A better process than people give credit for – put in effort, take it seriously and it has results. It just takes time. Today … Continue reading
Merry Christmas everyone, whatever your faith (you get the sentiment)! MS221’s first TMA was returned yesterday. My tutor has a sense of humour – she gave me an extension, acknowledged receipt and within a day emailed me to tell me … Continue reading
I’ve had nothing but problems with this TMA, the latest being Word refusing to open my solution document. Last time I bother with that, its a lot easier just to write it all out by hand. I hope I can … Continue reading
I finally realised how you link qualifications together “on the way” to a degree with the Open University. So I’ve now achieved the Certificate in Information Technology and Computing. Which was nice (as they say on The Fast Show). Apparently, … Continue reading