Diary of an MW Student - part 37
4 Jun 2012 by Richard Hemming
Very, very best of luck on Wednesday, Richard! from all your colleagues on JR.com With 36 instalments of this diary behind me, there is little about studying for the MW that I haven’t said already! However, I do have some piecemeal thoughts as I rapidly approach my resit of the practical exams. This academic year, studying for the MW has cost £5,838. The vast majority of that comes from the £3,480 course fee and £1,170 exam fee. The rest was mostly spent on wine, both at home alone and with fellow sufferers at communal tastings. The time commitment has been remarkably similar to last year (see the bottom of part 26 )....

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