How much work gets handed in - if at all - is something that is set by your individual school. Ideally everyone should try to get their first FULL working draft (yes, that means wordcount!) done by the end of the Easter Holidays, however this of course is just a rough guide/just something to aim for.kris10 said:We havent done our Vivas yet but they are the first week back after the holidays..
word on the grapevine is that one of our examiners has made at least two people cry!!
how much of our work do we actually hand in??
coz i am doing critical response and am still in the process of "researching".
hmm should be a delightful experience...
Is it really worth beating yourself up about? 17/20 is still a very good mark!HinikuTheNinja said:I did mine yesterday, got 17/20, which is okay. It was tied-last in the class though. Highest was 19.
*kicks*ScottyG said:Did mine on tuesday, I don't believe I'll get 20/20, the speaking talent of two people in the class will clip me in the end by at least a mark. It'll be lucky if I hold on to rank 1, might slip to rank 3.
Quoted for truth. Like Lynn, I put a hell of a lot in and didn't get much out. But this doesn't matter because right now I'm exactly where I want to be.Don't loose yourselves in numbers and ranks... that's just sad, and it will make me very sad and angry because there are some people in this world (such as myself) who gave EE2 my all but didn't get 100% as a final mark. But who cares? I gave it my best shot. I'm so proud of that because I know that regardless of what mark I got, I GAVE IT EVERYTHING I HAD. To hear people beat themselves up because they did their best and still aren't happy - when they might have got a far "better" mark than I did - just pisses me off.