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Cogs can think.

I'm a mere, tiny, insignificant cog in a whole clockwork of stupidity.
The little cog that wanted to break free, I am.

I failed... Miserably.

I'm dissapointed.

I didn't pass my General Statistics test. I FAILED for the third time. I'm not used to failures. Well, failures after working so fucking hard for it.

I had a 5.2/10. The only good news is that I have still outdone myself beyond any expectations; I upped from a 1.5/10 (bwahahah) to a 5.2/10. That's an increase in performance of 346%. That's pretty amazing.

Seriously, I'm starting to grow a huge grudge against the psychology faculty for emphazising Statistics so strongly.

Congrats to Mascha, that smart girl did pass the test :). Congrats on your 6.5/10, girl!

Fuckin' hell, I need coffee.
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7:07 PM, by Anonymous Oscar

It’s obvious you still have to learn a lot about statistics. When your first mark was a 1.5 and your last one a 5.2, your last mark is 3.47 times as high as your first one. Your increase in performance however is only 347 – 100 = 247 percent. Still pretty good by the way! ;)    



7:53 PM, by Blogger Thom Holwerda

Darn :(

I knew something was wrong, I did it quickly from the top of my head though so I'm quite impressed with myself anyway :P.    



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