Well, this is bad news.
TMA6 is done, completed.
But loads of new stuff
learned studied to complete the TMA hasn’t been properly understood, or is quickly being forgotten.
I’ve just been through my TMA before putting it in an envelope and while I can follow my arguments easily enough, I don’t have a clue of what most of the answers to question six actually mean and, horror of horrors, the Fourier stuff looks like a foreign language, which means virtually none of it has been committed to memory.
With four or five weeks until the final TMA, and another four units (which look like easily the most difficult in the course) to complete, I’m going to have to relearn half of block six from scratch again at revision time. The course has outpaced me.
On that note, a fridge full of beer awaits and I am off to get exceedingly drunk.