10 comments

  • Sue Whelan

    Good luck Tim and everyone. I did this course in 1998 I think it was. I had a little smile at Richard’s comment – it does ring a bell.
    All the best for the future Tim. Looks like you’ve given masses of support to others – great stuff.
    Sue 🙂

  • Kieran

    Hi Tim,

    Best of luck for your exam. I actually finished my psychology degree with the OU last year but have carried on reading on your blog regardless. Many thanks for all the notes you have provided and if you carry this blog on, I will continue to read!

    Kieran.

  • Vicky

    Good luck Tim! Your blog and your notes have been invaluable this year.

    All the very best.

    vicky

  • Diane

    Good luck Tim! I’ve really enjoyed reading your blog over the past three years. May the force be with all of us this afternoon!

  • Emma

    Good luck Tim, so glad to have studied ‘with’ you. Remember the question does not say tell me all you know! You last blog really made me laugh.
    See you on the other side

  • David

    Best of luck to you Tim!

  • Katie Stanley

    Thanks TIM and good luck to you! I’ve enjoyed reading your blogs, its made me feel like I’m not completely on my own in this studying adventure.

    Best wishes
    Katie

  • Richard

    Hi Tim,
    Good Luck I know this is your last and hopefully your finest 3 hours.
    My Last was the SD226 EMA….. enough said.

    Any way I did DD307 2 years ago and was given this gem of advice, it will definitely improve your marks ! As you have been so hugely generous with all your help please accept this advice as gift it only has two words so you don’t even need to make notes or even write them down – are you ready? Well here it is.

    BE CRITICAL! (of the cognitive tradition that is)

    best wishes and good luck
    Richard

    so just in case here it is again BE CRITICAL !

  • Gail Ollis

    Thanks Tim. All the best to you, too, and thank you so much for sharing your notes and thoughts with us all during your OU journey.

    I’m as ready as I’m going to be, but am preoccupied with how to answer one crucial question: how many pens would constitute too many to take into the exam?!

  • Belinda Nicholls

    Great studying with you Tim. Good luck!!

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