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Well so I got the results for the Unit 6 exam that I almost certainly failed today and apparently I passed.

Passed both tasting and theory. Not sure how that happened as my essay on Rutherglen Muscat didn't really say anything...

In other news, seemed to spend the whole day yesterday opening my post. Never really knew how many books could arrive in a week. Sure the library is now twice as big as it was when I went away.

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chainmailmaiden
25th Apr, 2006 13:04 (UTC)
Well done, I bet you're relieved you don't have to redo them.

I'm sure that your essay wasn't as bad as some of the ones I glanced at, one person barely wrote 3 sentences and a few people were rather unsure as to where Australia was...

Some of the tasting papers weren't much better. One person described a wine as having youthful maturity, though I think I know what they were trying to get at with that one. However the one that described a wine as having simple complexity just made me giggle - hope neither of those were down to you!
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aquamindy
25th Apr, 2006 21:32 (UTC)
CONGRATS!!
So happy to hear you passed!!!!!

How much prep work did you feel was need for this exam compared to Unit 2?
hmmm_tea
26th Apr, 2006 21:48 (UTC)
Re: CONGRATS!!
Amount of prep work to do for Unit 6...

The answer is probably, more than I did, but then I didn't do much.

As for unit 2 I'm from a fairly scientific background, so I was fairly confident that this would be the unit I would be strongest at.

So, in conclusion... I don't know really.

Sorry
aquamindy
26th Apr, 2006 22:12 (UTC)
Re: CONGRATS!!
OK. No worries and again, CONGRATS!!! Which exam in next for you?
yellowrocket
27th Apr, 2006 07:02 (UTC)
Hooray! (Waves balloon)
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