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    (Original post by KingKoala)
    Athletico will crumble in a Champions league final like the small club they are.
    Manchester United fan.
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    (Original post by Jimmy Seville)
    Manchester United fan.
    Whats your point champ, LETS GO CHAMP!!
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    Gentleman pls, give me a good way to remember the difference between Type 1 & 2 errors?

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    (Original post by KingKoala)
    Whats your point champ, LETS GO CHAMP!!
    Elitist mentality - somehow have a divine right to win and play 'the right way'. This 'attack, attack' *******s is incredibly cringe

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    (Original post by SA-1)
    You're a real sCUNThorpe, ya know that?
    why
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    (Original post by Jimmy Seville)
    Manchester United fan.
    He's a City fan. Don't associate him with us pls.
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    (Original post by SA-1)
    Gentleman pls, give me a good way to remember the difference between Type 1 & 2 errors?

    TheAssassin
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    Best way to remember is to get off TSR and read them both until you know the difference

    Wyd, you have an exam tomorrow bruh
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    (Original post by Dirtybit)
    Best way to remember is to get off TSR and read them both until you know the difference

    Wyd, you have an exam tomorrow bruh
    Genuinely on here to find that out :lol:

    I got this so far..

    Type 2 = Incorrectly A'cc'epting a null hypothesis (type 2 is when you use a word with 2 c's)

    Thus, type 1 must be the opposite

    I might confuse myself though :rofl:
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    (Original post by SA-1)
    Genuinely on here to find that out :lol:

    I got this so far..

    Type 2 = Incorrectly A'cc'epting a null hypothesis (type 2 is when you use a word with 2 c's)

    Thus, type 1 must be the opposite

    I might confuse myself though :rofl:
    That's one of the most obscure memory triggers I've ever come across...

    You really must be desperate
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    (Original post by Lúcio)
    That's one of the most obscure memory triggers I've ever come across...

    You really must be desperate
    Trust me.

    Got a good one for remembering that standard deviation is the square root of variance..

    SD (standard deviation) is sr90 (square root)

    Gotta do what you gotta do to do well :rofl:
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    (Original post by SA-1)
    Trust me.

    Got a good one for remembering that standard deviation is the square root of variance..

    SD (standard deviation) is sr90 (square root)

    Gotta do what you gotta do to do well :rofl:
    Well if it works, why not?!

    I never seemed to have problems with memorisation - I just tended to read things over and over until I just knew it. I remember for A-level Psychology, my revision was just learning how to structure an essay and then just reading the text book over and over. Made things so easy.

    There's always one guy who condenses his notes so much that he has no idea what they mean anymore. They're in the same group of people as those who make 57386938 flash cards...
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    (Original post by SA-1)
    Gentleman pls, give me a good way to remember the difference between Type 1 & 2 errors?

    TheAssassin
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    One is a type one error, the other is a type two error.


    (Original post by Lúcio)
    Well if it works, why not?!

    I never seemed to have problems with memorisation - I just tended to read things over and over until I just knew it. I remember for A-level Psychology, my revision was just learning how to structure an essay and then just reading the text book over and over. Made things so easy.

    There's always one guy who condenses his notes so much that he has no idea what they mean anymore. They're in the same group of people as those who make 57386938 flash cards...

    Always one girl in every class that highlights every ****ing thing as well
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    (Original post by Lúcio)
    Well if it works, why not?!

    I never seemed to have problems with memorisation - I just tended to read things over and over until I just knew it. I remember for A-level Psychology, my revision was just learning how to structure an essay and then just reading the text book over and over. Made things so easy.

    There's always one guy who condenses his notes so much that he has no idea what they mean anymore. They're in the same group of people as those who make 57386938 flash cards...
    Tbh, can't remember the last time I didn't cheat in an exam. When it's MCQ it's just too damn easy.


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    KingKoala is a joker

    (Original post by SA-1)
    NAH FAM go to Costa first
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    Hope it went well x
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    I have one tomorrow, I'm ****ed

    CC went Costa
    CC only a black guy was there
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    CC it was Dirtybit


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    I have one every day this week *****

    Also to think we're going to be in the same room hehe
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    (Original post by swirly)
    hi LFC_RV im currently looking for new talent to sign to my modelling agency.

    SA-1 is currently taking interviews in his office:



    pls confirm attendance.
    Casting couch, how fun
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    (Original post by sr90)
    One is a type one error, the other is a type two error.





    Always one girl in every class that highlights every ****ing thing as well
    Sr90 with the sass

    What's the point highlighting every word? Seriously pisses me right off.
    Nearly as bad as that guy who guesses the topics and only revises those...
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    (Original post by rEaR vIeW)
    Tbh, can't remember the last time I didn't cheat in an exam. When it's MCQ it's just too damn easy.


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    Strongly resisting the urge to make an Asian joke right now... x
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    (Original post by rEaR vIeW)
    Seriously mate, delete your account if you're gonna post stuff like this.


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    Yeah KingKoala has to be trolling.
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    Any male who decides to use the dog filter on snapchat deserves to be castrated

    Thoughts
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    Also Ramsey Bolton is the best character to come out of GoT

    Thought thoughts?
 
 
 
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