Diary of an MW student - part 30
11 Nov 2011 by Richard Hemming
You know what studying for the MW is like? It’s like a perpetual funfair of JOY and AWESOMENESS where your heart sings for sheer love, everyone shares their packed lunches and Bambi’s mother never got shot and lived happily ever after. Yep, that’s exactly what it’s like. Mostly. Well, sometimes. Okay, occasionally. Alright, rarely. Okay, fine; it’s never like a perpetual funfair of joy and awesomeness, especially when you are faced with the prospect of the practical paper resit. Now that the academic year is revving up, I am strapping myself back in and hoping not to crash and burn. The fear of failing the tasting...

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