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    (Original post by Vulpes)
    Hate statistics.
    Same. With a passion. And my BSc project is heavily statistical.

    But from what I can imagine, stats should be easier to grasp when you're actually using them and doing something practical. I'll have a sweet old course leader and his minions to help me hopefully.
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    I'm a massive stats fanboy

    :getmecoat:
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    Stats I can appreciate but I would rather never have to do the number crunching myself
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    Biochemistry :argh:
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    (Original post by Penguinsaysquack)
    Biochemistry :argh:
    :argh::argh::argh:
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    The Newcastle Blackwells has loads of quotes from digitalis' thread dotted around the shelves under the relevant textbooks. "Students think..." :p:
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    I need to start working really badly!!
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    (Original post by areyouthere?)
    I need to start working really badly!!
    Mate don't worry about it.
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      (Original post by carcinoma)
      It what it in Kumar and Clark, its the cell-based model of coagulation, far better than the old version.

      Easier to learn.
      Oooo, could someone post a pic of this new cycle.

      Can't find it anywhere
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      (Original post by Jamie)
      Oooo, could someone post a pic of this new cycle.

      Can't find it anywhere
      Not entirely convinced this is allowed, but attached is the image in K&C that I believe carcinoma is referring to.
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        (Original post by Kinkerz)
        Not entirely convinced this is allowed, but attached is the image in K&C that I believe carcinoma is referring to.
        Wow, what a mess.
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        (Original post by Jamie)
        Wow, what a mess.
        It is a pretty unintuitive diagram.
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        I'm addicted to BBC iPlayer
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        (Original post by Vulpes)
        I'm addicted to BBC iPlayer
        Me too... Sherlock hasn't helped my plans in starting a studious 2012!
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        (Original post by Tech)
        Me too... Sherlock hasn't helped my plans in starting a studious 2012!
        pffft... I don't need no stinkin' iplayer to not study.
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        Without meaning to sound like an antisocial grumpy old lady, does anyone else have unnecessarily noisy flatmates who don't understand what it's like to have 9am every day? -_-

        I have no problem with people having a good time, but I wouldn't mind so much if there weren't (loud) gatherings in our flat every single night.

        On the plus side, had a brilliant hospital visit today

        (On the minus side, it was exhausting and some sleep would be nice).

        I hope everyone's exams went/are going ok!
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        (Original post by xconfetti)
        Without meaning to sound like an antisocial grumpy old lady, does anyone else have unnecessarily noisy flatmates who don't understand what it's like to have 9am every day? -_-

        I have no problem with people having a good time, but I wouldn't mind so much if there weren't (loud) gatherings in our flat every single night.

        On the plus side, had a brilliant hospital visit today

        (On the minus side, it was exhausting and some sleep would be nice).

        I hope everyone's exams went/are going ok!
        You is a first year. Why aren't you at the 'gathering'??


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        The Newcastle Blackwells has loads of quotes from digitalis' thread dotted around the shelves under the relevant textbooks. "Students think..." :p:
        ..

        Ah, my legacy lives on!
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        (Original post by digitalis)
        You is a first year. Why aren't you at the 'gathering'??
        Haha, I was out Tuesday + Wednesday and out tomorrow night so was planning on some sleep tonight, and generally exhausted from a very packed week XD

        I def realise how grumpy it makes me sound, but I really wouldn't mind if it wasn't every single night.. also as I'm always the first one up in my flat I do try to be quiet in the mornings and stuff, so it would be nice to get the same consideration back, but I know the world doesn't really work like that ^^
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        Up at six, leaving at seven, lectures at the hospital at 8.

        Mother of god.
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        (Original post by Jamie)
        Wow, what a mess.
        If you look at it alongside the text it actually makes a fair amount of sense :dontknow:
       
       
       
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