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Studying for open book exams Y/N?
The final Greek exam's going to be open book, and Rick's said that anything is fair game (course notes, the NT Greek lexicon, handwritten revision stuff, etc.). Out of curiosity to those of you on the flist who have had open book exams....do you still study for them? I suppose it depends on what you're allowed to bring in, but when you can bring in your entire semester's work....do you spend that much time studying for such an exam?

In between Greek and running about at work, I managed to watch the latest episode of Dirt 'What to expect when you're expecting'.

PURE CRACK WHOA. Yeah, I knew it was coming but O_O @ Don's dead pregnant actress girlfriend giving birth to kittens on his kitchen floor. And the strangely sweet farewell scene between him and Kira. Best moment of the episode however goes to Don's conversation with the dead rapper's pickled head.

So the plots about the dead rapper and Lucy's wrestling with her family issues are fairly interesting. The Holt/Julia storyline bores me though, and I honestly can't sympathize with either of the characters. Hope something interesting happens there, because Julia lounging around looking tired and angsty is getting old fast.

Current Mood: curious curious

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comfybluechair From: comfybluechair Date: January 10th, 2008 01:41 pm (UTC) (Link)

I would study, as open book tests tend to be the hardest kind of test. People fool themselves into thinking that they have all the time they will need, as well as all the time they will need to get an A+.

And in most cases this is simply not true! ;)
dives From: dives Date: January 10th, 2008 09:43 pm (UTC) (Link)
I study for open-book exams, so that I don't spend half my time on exam day flipping through all my notes going "WTF WHERE DID I WRITE THAT. I KNOW I DID." and so on :-)

Nothing interesting happens with Holt/Julia. PeeweePaul Reubens' cameo was pretty good, though, watch out for him.
zeft From: zeft Date: January 11th, 2008 05:53 am (UTC) (Link)
Study. Open book exams are extra devious. There really isn't time to read over notes during them.
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