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Whoa, another near-perfect mark for Roman Art and Architecture (just… - Vox Audita Perrit, Literra Scripta Manet....
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normandie_m
normandie_m
Whoa, another near-perfect mark for Roman Art and Architecture (just got the essay back today). Kind of makes me wish Rashna was taking Roman Revolution instead of Marcel, I might be in with a fighting chance then. Again lost marks for stupid minor spelling errors and using the wrong language. Gah!

I amuse myself so. I've had the same three books on Pompey out for the past six weeks, no one requested them and although I went and returned them before my lecture this morning, I went back afterwards and got them out again. I should seriously do unpopular topics more often!

In other news, Brisbane's traffic network is atrocious at the moment. But I'm sure everyone on the flist who this is relevant to knew that already.

Current Mood: busy busy

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psyc2321 From: psyc2321 Date: October 19th, 2006 08:11 am (UTC) (Link)
I am feeling the same way right now. I missed some stupid points (italicise Latin words), but still pulled off a six. No final word from Marcel about exam arrangements, and I'm getting jumpy again.

P.S. Did you realise this is to be Jen's last semester with us?!
psyc2321 From: psyc2321 Date: October 19th, 2006 01:58 pm (UTC) (Link)
Regarding Cato's lack of tunic - Dillon & Garland 2.36

Yes, I opened an actual textbook. I am also skewing my response so I can work Caillan notes into my Marcel essay. That way, there will be a component to my work that I comprehend.
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