Last week was my latest contact week with the university, where we spend 3 hour sessions with the tutors going through tasks they’ve set out and asking questions.
The week before that I took off as study time to work on my programming portfolio.
This week, I went tutor hunting and have booked myself tutoring sessions for yesterday, today, tomorrow and Thursday.
Can I get enough of studying?
The answer looks like no, right now at least.
I really do enjoy learning, and having opportunities to learn in different ways is certainly incredibly appealing to me.
In my tutor sessions so far, I’ve gone over a refresher on factorisation, solving quadratics, and series and sequences. It’s all been much needed and now I can even write my own problems to solve, which I feel like will help keep me really sharp.
But I have big aspirations, so for my next sessions, this week, I want to look at the areas of trouble I’ve had with Linear Algebra and Stats & Probability.
My thinking is, if I can get myself to a level of rudimentary understanding, so that I can set myself problems and be confident of the solutions, I’ll be most of the way to being ready for the upcoming exams.
I do hope to highlight some more gaps to plug in the upcoming days, and I’m looking forward to it too.