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Agree, had 2 consecutive nightmares last night that I was late to the test centre and wasn’t allowed in…9 months of study for L3 thrown down the drain!

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ecugkq30 wrote:

Agree, had 2 consecutive nightmares last night that I was late to the test centre and wasn’t allowed in…9 months of study for L3 thrown down the drain!

i had a nightmare… i forgot to bring my pens and only had a single pencil… and then the tip broke off and no sharper….

125mph wrote:

i had a nightmare… i forgot to bring my pens and only had a single pencil… and then the tip broke off and no sharper….

Don’t be a wuss - time to slit your wrist and write the exam with your blood.

Would that be a violation? (Misconduct?). 

Tactics wrote:

125mph wrote:

i had a nightmare… i forgot to bring my pens and only had a single pencil… and then the tip broke off and no sharper….

Don’t be a wuss - time to slit your wrist and write the exam with your blood.

Would that be a violation? (Misconduct?). 

That’s the secret to superior returns.

¯\_(ツ)_/¯ It be like that sometimes.

My current nightmares consist of trying to solve problems that don’t have solutions. LOTS of fun.

These last 2 weeks suck beyond belief, but every time I start feeling burned out or complacent, I just remember that feeling of walking out of L2, wishing I’d prepared just a bit more, and knowing I was about to spend the next 8 weeks wondering if it was enough.

Now is the only time we can do anything about it.

DRACARYS

No law against waiting, people do it all the time.

Tactics wrote:

Don’t be a wuss - time to slit your wrist and write the exam with your blood.

Would that be a violation? (Misconduct?). 

Self inflicted wounds are not a misconduct… Slitting someone else’s wrist would be misconduct..

125mph wrote:

Self inflicted wounds are not a misconduct… Slitting someone else’s wrist would be misconduct..

Unless you get written permission from them to slit their wrists.

You ain’t really going hard until you get hammered right before taking L3

example of self control (or lack of self control) bias right there

ecugkq30 wrote:

example of self control (or lack of self control) bias right there

Would have also argued overconfidence. 

¯\_(ツ)_/¯ It be like that sometimes.

Mocks are such a time drain. Three hours, followed by at least another hour reviewing/adding to notes. Just want this to be over…

Quick advice. When you do the mocks for he first time don’t take it like a test. You can do then 1 at a time and review with answer key right away so you correct your thought processes. Review by reading the answers keys. Doing the actual mocks like a test  setting is more about checking your timing and grading.

I love my cheese. I got to have my cheddar.

Why the **** is the exam not tomorrow????

¯\_(ツ)_/¯ It be like that sometimes.

CEO10K-DAY wrote:

Codtrawler87 wrote:

CEO10K-DAY wrote:

Swe_Viking wrote:

The best part of the day is when you can finally go to bed.. So tired of this now. Bring exam please!

im now ****ting myself about the exam and am unsure if I’m going to pass.

bullet… meet brain.

Same here. My only comfort is that I felt the same way for both L1 and L2, before and after the exam (especially for L2), but ended up scoring around the 90th percentile for both.

I officially hate these last two weeks. 

Only thing worse than the last two weeks…is the 2 nights before exam day. 

Wish we could turn back time, to the good old days, when our momma sang us to sleep but now…

#stressedout