Wednesday, August 01, 2007

It's official

I really do know lots about Death & Dying.

I got my results from my OU course - I'm totally surprised by the 71% I got in the exam - in the top 12% of students.

I thought the exam was one of the hardest I'd ever taken, but I had the idea just to write anything - they cant take marks off you if you write rubbish - and it seemed to have worked.

And now I have to concentrate on my History of Disease and Health course - next assignment is something about what happened during Industrial Revolution to health care (if I've remembered correctly). Sounds like I'm in for an exciting weekend if I can stay awake !!!



Blogger Heather said...

Well done! and good luck with the next course.

8:19 am  
Blogger Nickerjac said...

Congrats, all that hard worked paid off :)

9:13 am  
Blogger ambermoggie said...

Well done Sue

6:27 pm  
Blogger maylin said...

Well done. Stick with it your obviously good at it.

7:22 pm  
Blogger Craftydramaqueen said...

Congrats! You could go on Mastermind with that as your specialist subject!!!

8:29 pm  
Blogger Rosie said...

Yay for Sue! (And big hugs, too, as I'm sure your "life experience" fed into the result, as well as you undoubted hardwork and innate brilliance). xx

8:58 pm  
Blogger Susan said...

Now that's cause for celebration! Bring on the chocolate and champagne.

Congrats Sue, I raise my coffee mug to you...(unless you'd like to pour me glass of bubbly)

Well done!!!!

5:20 pm  
Blogger Gill said...

Great news Sue - good to know your hard work was recognised!


8:03 am  
Blogger Stitch 'n Dye said...

Congratulations:) Well done. Proud of you

Love Sue xxxx

8:46 pm  
Blogger Christina said...

well done on the OU results.

I did indeed enjoy the day at colinette ;) In fact, I'm going back for Diane's cable course in a few weeks!!

9:36 pm  
Blogger Badger said...

Death and dying - did you talk about how it would feel if you'd had to stay in Cockermouth YH with our beloved Ray for ever and ever? Congrats!

9:38 pm  
Blogger Rain said...

Well done you! That's a brilliant score. Hope the rest go just as well, but are less traumatic.

9:25 pm  

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