Diary of an MW student - part 42
11 Sep 2012 by Richard Hemming
For the first time since enrolling on the MW course three years ago, I now, finally, truly believe I can gain the qualification. This is not to underplay the difficulty of the dissertation, but rather to emphasise the particular difficulty of the tasting exam. For most sufferers it is the single biggest obstacle in the programme, and is the undoing of many a fine candidate. I felt as though my performance in this year’s exam went as well as it was ever likely to (see part 38 ), but I remained very uneasy about whether it would suffice. I’d wager that even the brainiest MW student has a flicker of doubt in their minds as they...

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