Stats Is Over & Revision Doubts
Hi everyone! I hope you’re all having a great Easter Break so far and are having some fun while you get all your dreaded work done. I thought I’d update you all on how I’ve been tackling my work over Easter.
So, I’ve completed my Statistics Assessment – which means that Statistics is finally over for the year! That is one thing that I love about the Psychology course at Warwick, as for Statistics we get assigned two assessments over the first year and there are no exams for it. This is a saviour for me, since I am terrible at remembering how to do Statistics and if we had to complete it in an exam, I would be a mess. At least with our assessments, they are both over some course of holidays (either Christmas or Easter), so you can use your notes and watch lecture capture to complete it at your own pace. In term 3, we just have to submit our second Statistics Assessment and then it’s over, no more Stats lectures!
For the past two weeks, I’ve been making revision notes on one of my three modules that will be assessed in exams. I’ve found it quite tiring though, especially since our lecturers gave off the vibe that they don’t expect us to revise over Easter? Therefore, I keep wondering if I should relax some more? The last thing I want to do is to look back on my first year of University and regret how hard I worked, considering this first year doesn’t count! Regardless, I’d feel far too guilty if I spent the whole 5 weeks of Easter relaxing, so I’m going to push through and just think about Summer…
Let me know in the comments how you’ve all been spending your Easter break, and if you’re in second or third year, do you have any tips?