Revision is pretty much the worst thing ever.

I really, really dislike revision. It’s not so bad when it’s something that’s reasonably interesting, like Quantum Mechanics or something, but trying to bludgeon my brain into learning Thermodynamics in this kind of heat is frankly just horrific and painful, and I want it to go away and leave me alone.

My exams are:

  • Thermodynamics & Statistical Physics
  • Quantum Mechanics
  • Applications of Quantum Mechanics & Electrons in Solids
  • Fourier Methods, Differential Equations, & Statistics of Meausurement
  • Mathematical Methods
  • Electromagnetism & Optics

I’ve done one past paper each for the first two, and overall I’m fairly confident, although there are some pretty major gaps in my Thermodynamic knowledge (how do you work out entropy change again?!), which I’m desperately trying to plug. I’ve done some revision in the other areas too, so I’m feeling fairly alright with differential equations, and statistics is just a retread of A Level stats anyway, for the most part.

First exam is on the 28th, so things are moving on.

Went camping last weekend, may or may not do a writeup on that at some point, possibly when I run out of ways to continue procrastinating. Should have struck while the iron was hot.

4 thoughts on “Revision is pretty much the worst thing ever.

  1. First exam on the 28th? That’s… ages away…! Mine are finished by then!

    Revision is horrible. I’m fine at revising hard stuff, but I’m awful at revising pointless stuff, like, I dunno, long proofs which you’d look up in any other context. Or A-Level Stats, if I had to 😛

  2. First exam on the 28th? That’s… ages away…! Mine are finished by then!

    Revision is horrible. I’m fine at revising hard stuff, but I’m awful at revising pointless stuff, like, I dunno, long proofs which you’d look up in any other context. Or A-Level Stats, if I had to 😛

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