# The Uni Study Thread Mark IVWatch

4 years ago
#1001
(Original post by l'insegnante)
I have revision notes written out but I can't bring myself to sit down and learn them

My highest similarity with turnitin was 7% which was strange as it didn't take all the books I had used into consideration nor quotation :/
That's low! My lowest was 9%

ugh I hate turnitin. It's just freaking me out atm!
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4 years ago
#1002
(Original post by paniking_and_not_revising)
That's low! My lowest was 9%

ugh I hate turnitin. It's just freaking me out atm!

I've only used it for one essay though as two of my lecturers don't trust it
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4 years ago
#1003
(Original post by rayquaza17)
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As you're also studying and preparing for an exam in vector calculus, I was wondering if I could get your help with a question? Specifically, how to prove that the alternating tensor is a third rank isotropic tensor?

Any help would be much appreciated
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4 years ago
#1004
(Original post by paniking_and_not_revising)
I have a little longer. Well around a week and 2 days longer but I know what you mean.

I was in the library 1pm to 6pm and even though I've finally finished my coursework but I don't want to work. I just need sleep haha.

What is the highest you guys have gotten with turnitin?
I got 41% and it's scaring me!
I think my highest was 12% or so. My lowest was 2%. I don't even understand.
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4 years ago
#1005
(Original post by BeyondandAbove)
I think my highest was 12% or so. My lowest was 2%. I don't even understand.
I've looked through the report and it's mostly just quotes that are highlighted.

It's still annoying me though
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4 years ago
#1006
(Original post by MathsNerd1)
As you're also studying and preparing for an exam in vector calculus, I was wondering if I could get your help with a question? Specifically, how to prove that the alternating tensor is a third rank isotropic tensor?

Any help would be much appreciated
Erm we haven't done that. I'd suggest asking TeeEm in the Maths section because he's quite good at stuff like this. 😬 sorry!
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4 years ago
#1007
(Original post by rayquaza17)
Erm we haven't done that. I'd suggest asking TeeEm in the Maths section because he's quite good at stuff like this. 😬 sorry!
No worries, did you do anything related to tensors and solving laplaces equation?
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4 years ago
#1008
(Original post by paniking_and_not_revising)
I have a little longer. Well around a week and 2 days longer but I know what you mean.

I was in the library 1pm to 6pm and even though I've finally finished my coursework but I don't want to work. I just need sleep haha.

What is the highest you guys have gotten with turnitin?
I got 41% and it's scaring me!
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4 years ago
#1009
(Original post by lilGem)
and its been submitted

might not see the boy till April because of snow warnings end of Jan
yay to the first,- nearly everyone I've met works on coursework the night before the due date! and boo to the second
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4 years ago
#1010
I will get some words down for essay no2.
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4 years ago
#1011
today is still a note making and planning day but with an aim to get some of the writing starting too. 3000 words by Wednesday is the aim!!!
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4 years ago
#1012
There's a really interesting looking job I want to apply for, but if I get through they will want me sitting numerical reasoning tests by the end of Jan, not sure i'll be ready by then I have serious maths fear and have been going over gcse stuff for the past few weeks, but i'm not fast or overly confident yet ugh
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4 years ago
#1013
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(Original post by Slowbro93)
Take the offer at least. Is it bad that I don't like him because he's making you sad?
(Original post by BeyondandAbove)
I'd take the offer too. Get out for a while. I wish I could help, I really could. Exeter is just a bit too far away.

Nah, I don't like him much either because he's making her sad.
Aw, I love you guys really means a lot to me tbh!

(Original post by MyName??!)
Honey I'm so sorry. But are you sure it isn't working out? I went through the same phase as well, feeling as though it was only me who was putting the effort, but it was because I started to gradually find myself becoming impatient and just wanting him to initiate everything! Even conversations! I am so weird I took a step back and just let him be. I even started to ignore him for a while. Hey, no really, I'm not trying to be mean, just wanted to know how much I meant to him despite his actions. Next thing I find is his head popping through my office door

I know you'll be fine. I think it's because it's a first committed relationship? So it's a combination of fear and all other mixed up feelings? I think staying over at a friend's for a bit will settle things down. It's a good move. Wishing you all the best hun
It's not even like it is my first committed relationship haha, I was with my ex for three years, and got royally ****ed over, so I basically vowed to stay single for a while because it was easier...and then I fell for the boy and everything just scares the crap out of me again because I'm so afraid it's going to end up with me feeling like I did before. I'm so melodramatic about relationships now, it's terrible Thank you for this, it's so sweet, I massively appreciate it

He came down this morning, apologised, was so ****ing sweet, basically said he didn't want to lose me, he didn't know how to be the bf I wanted, and asked me what he should do/be doing...so I was honest and I told him about everything that was bugging me, got all teary and pathetic and he was amazing.

Whether he'll actually be any different now I don't know, we haven't really talked much about past relationships but I know he doesn't have much experience in that area, and I get the impression he's just not sure what to do really.

He does seem massively sorry and just a bit unsure of himself, and seeing as he seems like a cocky **** most of the time it's just a bit different. I really didn't feel he gave that much of a **** before hand, but after what he said and explained about stuff this morning maybe I was wrong.

I dunno, I'm going to give it a chance, I may end up feeling the same way next week or something and then I'll know I have to break up, but for now, things are looking slightly up.

I love you all. thank you so much

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4 years ago
#1014
(Original post by jelly1000)
yay to the first,- nearly everyone I've met works on coursework the night before the due date! and boo to the second
I think it's the first time I've done it in a while, but then again everyone doing biochemistry was pretty much in the same position

we're going to talk about it when he's back from the office- last time I saw him was halloween weekend
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4 years ago
#1015
I just sat and revised for 2 hours and got a fair bit done so I took what was supposed to be a 5 minute break....20 minutes later I'm still sitting here staring at my laptop. It doesn't help that the particular topic is frustrating
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4 years ago
#1016
(Original post by lilGem)
I think it's the first time I've done it in a while, but then again everyone doing biochemistry was pretty much in the same position

we're going to talk about it when he's back from the office- last time I saw him was halloween weekend
hope you can sort something out.
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4 years ago
#1017
(Original post by jelly1000)
hope you can sort something out.
Same!
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4 years ago
#1018
Okay, so exam next Wednesday, done the equivalent of a weeks worth of revision for it and I've now just decided to completely ignore one of the chapters as I get to choose the questions to answer on, shouldn't be hard at all anymore, here comes a good grade in at least one of my exams!
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4 years ago
#1019
Now to start on the foul module, after this I'll try to stay away from analysis as much as I can!
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4 years ago
#1020
(Original post by MathsNerd1)
Now to start on the foul module, after this I'll try to stay away from analysis as much as I can!
Real, complex or fourier?
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