I'm preparing for my exam. As previously stated, the doctor has tentatively given me permission to write the exam with the rest of my class on March 10. And so I am studying away, trying to prepare for the exam, which is in about a week and a half.
I don't have a great understanding of a lot of the materials. Review must be extensive. At least I have no shortage of time. But I'm easily exhausted, and I can't study for a very long time in one stretch. I lose concentration, and that's the end of that.
I'd really like to listen to my exam review audio lectures when neither H nor J are at home. That way, I can listen to the exam reviews on my laptop without disturbing anyone or being disturbed. It's either that, or I don't listen to the lectures at all. And that would be ill-advised. The lecturers usually have some exam strategy that is very helpful.
So I was going to listen to some of the lectures today. But I can't. Because the association, using its usual poor judgment, has decided to take the EdNet website down for maintenance today. The website where everything a student needs is kept. No alternate places are available. So we'll just take 'er down! A week and a half before exam week! Brilliant!
I could do the end of module self-tests. Except that these are also on the EdNet site and, with the entire site out of commission, I can't gain access.
I can run past exams, because I have thankfully already printed them off. And rest assured, I have been running them. But I've reached a place where I have a question for my tutor. And I can't ask it, because the tutor support forum is also on the very same offending website. If I keep going, I will lose my place and never find it again. And then my question will never be asked or answered. And I will be no closer to understanding calculation of the WACC, which typically comprises about 15% of the past exams. So yeah, kind of important.
Sometimes, I really hate this.