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Thread: I'm in for November 2006

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    Vacation was great. I don't think I've ever pulled so many fish off of fishing lines in my life - the kids were pulling in bluegill left and right, the oldest caught several catfish and I got *very* proficient at pulling them off without getting stuck (which hurts like '''').

    Studying? Pfft ... I tried Teng and Perkins one more time - I'm going to skip ahead for right now, it may make more sense later on. I have a month to get to the point where I feel comfortable with having a chance to pass in November. If I don't think I can swing it, I'll sit and wait for '07. I'm not someone who must have a 10 or the highest grade or else I've done lousy, but I would like to be able to say that I passed all 9 exams on the first try. So far I'm 4-for-4, and I can't see sitting for an exam that I don't feel like I have a realistic chance of passing just for the sake of sitting for an exam.
    "You better get to living, because dying's a pain in the ***." - Frank Sinatra

    http://www.hockeybuzz.com/blogger_ar...blogger_id=174 - where I talk about the Blues and the NHL.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Irish Blues View Post
    . . . Studying? Pfft ... I tried Teng and Perkins one more time - I'm going to skip ahead for right now, it may make more sense later on. I have a month to get to the point where I feel comfortable with having a chance to pass in November. If I don't think I can swing it, I'll sit and wait for '07. I'm not someone who must have a 10 or the highest grade or else I've done lousy, but I would like to be able to say that I passed all 9 exams on the first try. So far I'm 4-for-4, and I can't see sitting for an exam that I don't feel like I have a realistic chance of passing just for the sake of sitting for an exam.
    Well, I wish you the best in your decision.
    act justly. walk humbly. love mercy.

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    Any progress, IB?
    act justly. walk humbly. love mercy.

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    Quote Originally Posted by .Godspeed. View Post
    Any progress, IB?
    Ok, this is my last attempt at illicting a response. The deadline was last week. Did you sign up?

    Best,

    .G.
    act justly. walk humbly. love mercy.

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