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  • Richard Hemming MW
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  • Richard Hemming MW
17 Aug 2012

If studying for the MW qualification were a religion, it would be good old Catholicism. The communion is global. There is the holy trinity of exams: practical, theory and dissertation. There is the heaven of passing, the damnation of failing and the purgatory of retakes. They have transubstantiation, we have fermentation – both miraculous, in…