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#381 Scarfy

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Posted 22 February 2010 - 09:37 AM

seminar
organic II with lab
microbiology with lab
principles of learning and behavior

#382 Kona_Silat

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Posted 22 February 2010 - 09:41 AM

Independent Study: Software Simulation Process

Independent Study: Survey of Software Design Methods

Both classes will result in a research paper :monkey:
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#383 Sea_of_Roses

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Posted 05 March 2010 - 03:47 PM

I dont know what to do anymore!

This nursing program is getting away with too much! Too many students are failing (literally like 80-90% failed todays exam)

they need to become more objective and change! These statistics are insane

Im gonna write a letter and complain, this sux :(
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Posted 05 March 2010 - 05:36 PM

I dont know what to do anymore!

This nursing program is getting away with too much! Too many students are failing (literally like 80-90% failed todays exam)

they need to become more objective and change! These statistics are insane

Im gonna write a letter and complain, this sux :(


What were the reasons for the high failure rate?

#385 Sea_of_Roses

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Posted 05 March 2010 - 10:03 PM

What were the reasons for the high failure rate?


a couple

1.miscommunication

2. two professors come up with the exam (25 ques each) and 1 says "know xyz" and the other say "you dont have to know xyz".

3.One of the prof who wrote it didnt do a good job of formulating the questions etc

Overall out of about 60 people only 4-5 passed and barely at that
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-How glorious it is - and also how painful - to be an exception. -Alfred de Musset
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Posted 06 March 2010 - 08:27 AM

a couple

1.miscommunication

2. two professors come up with the exam (25 ques each) and 1 says "know xyz" and the other say "you dont have to know xyz".

3.One of the prof who wrote it didnt do a good job of formulating the questions etc

Overall out of about 60 people only 4-5 passed and barely at that


In that case, you'll need to establish the significance of 'xyz' to the marks in the exam, was knowledge of 'xyz' a pervasive topic or relevant to only some of the questions?

I'd also suggest checking past exam papers to see whether the questions were formulated in a more comprehensible manner in the past.

That only 4-5 people out of 60 passed is rather astonishing as of course your nursing program already involves a pre-selection qualification stage, it suggests that there's more involved than lack of preparation.

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Posted 06 March 2010 - 02:47 PM

Ay! The pleasures of picking and choosing majors and minors in American colleges, I envy you :-/

We have bachelor and master programs here, I suppose you do have some option within the bachelor programs and you can achieve a double bachelor and take a two-year master in one of your bachelors or something. But if you choose a master program, like I did, you're stuck for 5+years taking a course that is all laid up for you. Safe, some fun but oh so predictable.

....but then again, I like it predictable :monkey:

I have human biology, basic psychology, statistics and social medicine (?) this term. I can tell you what I'm going to take the fall of 2013 aswell :faint:

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Posted 18 March 2010 - 07:44 PM

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Posted 18 March 2010 - 07:46 PM

next semester, i am planning on going to a community college and taking these classes:

photography
ceramics
painting
cooking


whadda ya think?

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Posted 14 April 2010 - 11:35 PM

salaams,

so i have my english exam in two days and i didnt get to read the novels i was suppose to. of course, not a good idea. does anyone know of a good website i can find good summaries or analysis of the text? they are canadian contemporary lit books. sparknotes have failed me. and there are more books/and articles tat i need to read. but for now, these are the longest books. since, i'm time crunched, i NEED summaries.. of

skin of a lion by michael ondaajte
whylah falls by clarke
where we all long for by brandon
monkey's beach by robinson

THANKS. i just wanna know the major themes inshaallah, so i can pull off writing two essays on the exam. thankU and i have another exam on the same day. bohoooo. gotta study for both..
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#391 caffienetime

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Posted 15 April 2010 - 01:40 PM

next semester, i am planning on going to a community college and taking these classes:

photography
ceramics
painting
cooking


whadda ya think?


now it is:

karate
yoga
photography
cooking
ORGO 2

i also want to take kickboxing but my mom thinks ill have a masculine figure at the end of it. =/

#392 caffienetime

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Posted 02 August 2010 - 02:46 PM

now it is:

karate
yoga
photography
cooking
ORGO 2

i also want to take kickboxing but my mom thinks ill have a masculine figure at the end of it. =/


fml.
this didnt happen.

now my classes are:

modern physics
orgo
senior design
engineering lab

*sighhh* im trying to get placed into keyboarding! inshaAllah it will happen :

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Posted 25 August 2010 - 12:02 AM

One to One live Quran classes
Quran reading
Quran recitation
Learn Quran
Quran translation
Quran tutors
Quran teaching

These all classes may be arrange online

#394 EirinnMoChroi

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Posted 01 September 2010 - 03:58 PM

my semester starts tomorrow :)

I only have classes Tuesdays and Thursdays but here is my schedule:

1) College Algebra (barf)
2) composition II (barf again)
3) minorities of America (....not all that bad)
4) Nutrition and weight control (FINALLY getting into my nutrition classes!)
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Posted 01 September 2010 - 05:12 PM

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Posted 17 September 2010 - 07:40 PM

sigh...:( I had to go from 5 to just taking 1.

So now, the one and only class that I am enrolled in is titled "Feminism and Transnationalism" (Independent study) and I will be researching the feminist perspectives on the transnational practices of immigrant women. All I know so far is that it sounds interesting..

some of you are taking uber interesting classes. I'm kind of jealous.
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#397 EirinnMoChroi

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Posted 17 September 2010 - 10:15 PM

my semester starts tomorrow :)

I only have classes Tuesdays and Thursdays but here is my schedule:

1) College Algebra (barf)
2) composition II (barf again)
3) minorities of America (....not all that bad)
4) Nutrition and weight control (FINALLY getting into my nutrition classes!)


HA....funny that my views of my classes totally change:

College Algebra (not that bad)
Comp (probably my favorite class out of the 4)
minorities (pretty fun but currently a little dull)
Nutrition (HELLA boring. The teacher is an ex-gym teacher and its a class full of jocks. All he does is rant all day long and call on the same jock boys that he knows from sports)
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Posted 27 September 2010 - 10:36 PM

sigh...:( I had to go from 5 to just taking 1.

So now, the one and only class that I am enrolled in is titled "Feminism and Transnationalism" (Independent study) and I will be researching the feminist perspectives on the transnational practices of immigrant women. All I know so far is that it sounds interesting..

some of you are taking uber interesting classes. I'm kind of jealous.

welcome back vinto.

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i'm also forced to take an independent study as well.
2) Islam and gender and woman-my first "Mozlem" aka islamic studies course
3) Classical studies-greek and roman-totally new to this discipline.
4) test construction-fourth yr stats
5) sociology course-totally new to this discipline
6) anatomy
7) bio ethnics
8) classical roots in english
9) independent study may be? inshaallah
10) can't rmemebr the next two..


this year is basically buncha stuff to fill in the empty space. not much is from my module. khairr!!
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