Why you should never spot questions

I just came back from my Tax paper and all I can say is: I was not fully prepared. Due to distractions in camp and at home, I managed only to concentrate fully on my studies much closer to the exams, to close for comfort. Anyway, I was revising through the notes given out in my lectures for the past few days.

What I thought would not come out and just skimmed through them, came out. What I commit to a semi-permanent memory state did not come out. Lucky the majority of what I commit totally to my memory came out. This is why you should not spot question.

Hopefully I can pass the paper. Sigh…

Up next, LAW!

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