OK so I’ve been paying as much attention to this blog lately as Jacqui Smith to her husband’s TV habits, but I’ve got (I think) a good excuse: I’m sitting my case study on Tuesday for the first (and hopefully the last) time. Hence you’ve been free of my ramblings on liblab and conlib pacts and rainbow alliances, PR vs. FPP, a complete reversal in my views on national insurance increase and not a mention of how Man Utd were robbed this season and my hopes for the success of the Red Knights….
I’ve actually found it really hard to revise for; it’s not one of those exams where you can just crack open the books and memorise facts, dates, theories and the occasional ISA (no one really memorises those, don’t worry).
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