SLOW DOWN

I guess I’m just preaching to myself on this but READ THE QUESTION. Specifically the “LEAST LIKELY” question just smashed me in the face. I usually read slow and underline what they are asking (least likely / most likely / true / false, etc). When you get these types of questions wrong, its a double whammy cuz not only did you get the question wrong, but you must have eliminated 1 of the 2 correct answers. TYPE 1 ERROR. ARGGGGG. FU. Given i got the question wrong, what is the conditional prob that I got it wrong cuz I didnt read the question? Prob 15-20%. the remaining 80-85% i just plain F’d up. Ever wanna leave finance and just become a famous movie star or be John Stewart where you play out of context video clips, fast cut away, make a funny face, cue audience laugh, curse word, fast paced diatribe, cue audience cheer. Rinse. Repeat. Sorry for the nonsense taking up space on the site. Wheels officially have come off.

Yes, I had this problem about a week back by I think I addressed it…with the exception of some quant problems, I just jump right to the definition statement and skim the numbers…gotta get into a better habit…will I…not likely, but I should, and that has to count for something.

i’m sure i’d be averaging 80% if i just read the question. i mean seriously, i didn’t even read my exam date and only realised this morning i sit it on the 7th, not the 6th. that cost me a couple hundred already. if i can underline all the key words in this exam, i’ll be happy.

june2009 Wrote: ------------------------------------------------------- > > Ever wanna leave finance and just become a famous > movie star or be John Stewart where you play out > of context video clips, fast cut away, make a > funny face, cue audience laugh, curse word, fast > paced diatribe, cue audience cheer. Rinse. Repeat. > > Sorry for the nonsense taking up space on the > site. Wheels officially have come off. LOL! I am kinda thinking on the same lines these days…inspiring to be a movie director actually…all nonsense fantasies lol