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Old 11-21-2016, 09:17 PM
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memorizing things like this is really not my strong suit
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TIA flashcards are too long for me to use without modification. Several are basically a 5 word question and the answer is 9 bullet points with sentence form answers.
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SOA track is looking pretty good right about now
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Now that it's December, time to kick this into high gear. First time sitting for this exam. How far along is everyone? I just finished chapter 15 of Odomirok, now on to Part 4 of the text. I think I've forgotten most of what I've read so far. Not looking forward to May.
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