I woke up to find that my TMA has been marked, I'm pleased to say that I scored 88%, I lost one mark on the ePortfolio activities because I did not reflect enough on the soft skills I have demonstrated, but apart from a few silly errors, I am very pleased with it.
I have started my EMA now, so I will spend the weekend doing that. and hopefully, if all goes well I should finish it by next week sometime. I will then submit it along with my EMA for MU123 and that is it for the summer.
I haven't posted much on here recently as I've had nothing that interesting to say (not saying that I say any interesting in the first place!)
I'm pleased with the score I got for TMA 04 - 85%. I found this TMA easier than TMA 03 and so I zoomed through it, to be honest, I wasn't expecting a result like this.
I know that no one reads this blog and it's not really intended for anyone to read, however, if you are reading this and thinking of doing an Open University degree, and you are concerned that you are not smart enough, then look at me. I did dreadfully in school and failed all of my exams because I never applied myself. Don't get me wrong I have to work hard to understand the concepts, especially in MU123 but I can do it, also I'm now paying for it so if you're like me then you will force your self to concentrate and do well.
Even now, when I am nearly at the end of stage one, I still think whether I am making the right decision and moving forward onto stage two, as this is when it gets much harder. I still have to do two modules concurrently which makes it hard to juggle things around and to hand in TMA's on time, I stop and really think whether I should move on to doing the degree. I soon snap myself out of it and tell myself that I can do it. when I start my new modules in October I will soon let you know how I'm getting on! What this space.