That's just the deadline, they'll be released steadily until then.
It's the best answer to the question though. It just depends on your criteria for analysing best. Mine is minimising the number of times I need to check MyGlasgow.
As I know that other people will tell me when they do come out all my checking before then is useless. Others can take on the burden of worrying and checking while I do nothing until I receive their informative texts.
(or I may have forgotten this whole 'steady release' thing)
Yeah, I don't imagine you could balance work and a Masters.
a muffin basket is genius (unless nicked from Friends...). I too hope they are feeling kind, Company Law being a horrendous paper.
I hated my undergrad dissertation, commiserations for losing a summer to such torture.
Well I did a couple of jobs during the year, but unfortunately they were tied into the academic year. I did not steal my muffin basket plan from friends, and I don't appreciate the insinuation!
I think company law was pretty tortuous last year as well, my mate came out looking like a broken man...it was absolutely hilarious.
I actually loved my undergrad dissertation, it's just I'm doing this in an area I'm not expert on and even defining my basic terms is proving difficult. I mean, I have had to open economics textbooks. I don't even understand the titles!
Ah I see. Haha I vaguely remember a muffin basket being used to win a flat or something.
I'm pretty sure it's always horrendous. Glutton for punishment me.
Yeah I guess the topic is the crucial part. You doing competition then I take it? I would actually like to study that more, although trying to grasp the economics of it was tough this year (probably still couldn't define deadweight loss or consumer welfare harm).
Eh, I'll PM you...don't want to be 'outed' as it were.
I actually found honours courses easier than courses in earlier years but that may be law specific. I've always far preferred the essay based learning we did at honours to the problem solving that is the bread and butter of the first couple of years.
The thing about honours law courses is that you basically have one essay per term and can then get away with busking most of the rest of the time and then only revising enough to make it mathematically certain you have enough topics to answer in the exam. (to think I got a good degree...it's a disgrace)
English is mental though, I'm sure I remember having friends who had six essays in on one day, or at least, the choice to do six and they had to hand in two.