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Drop a picture of you in B/W and RT. I hope that one tiktok mixed chick don't pop up!

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Hi I'd like to know how Jin feels about his personal journey with self love. Is there anything he still would like to work on as far as personal growth? Thank you


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'UWoSF' is a bitchin' mag. I'm missing some of those. Trying to add more b/w mags but high grade copies are evaporating! Alex Niรฑo and Doug Moench have a really cool story in that one, too.

One of the ideological difference b/w Muslims & , is when it comes to personal suffering, a Muslim do not blame God for the it rather he/she asks for mercy & ease from God as Allah reveled that through suffering Allah erases sins from the person 1/2

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THANK YOU Paul Filer for putting together the B&W Junior Awards Evening.

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Baz loves Jeff Laubenstein (with good reason), but I was chalk and cheese on his art - some was amazing - some I couldn't get on with. Janet Aulisio's B&W pieces really spoke to me, but the colour I felt deeply and that Omasu full colour plate. Out of this world.

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what’s on your desk? do you function best in a tidy or a messy space?

My desk is a moderate mess, which is neutral to my study sessions. I function best in a tidy space, but messy spaces don’t affect me as much. 

what’s your go-to study method? are there cases in which you wouldn’t use it?

This is what I do:

  • Start as early as I can with the summaries.
  • Do a formula flashcard.
  • Do all the exercises with enough time to have doubts and get them answered BEFORE the day of the exam. 
  • Start revising a week before.
  • “Re-read your notes, you took them for a reason.”
  • Search extra info on Theory.

This last one does not apply to Algebra/Analysis because the Theory is tailored to each prof and putting extra stuff does not help. Might even confuse you more.

 what’s the hardest decision you’ve ever had to make?

The hardest decision I’ve ever made was the choice to recover. That first step was the hardest thing I’ve had to do in my eighteen years on this earth.

study in groups or study alone?

Study alone, but revise in groups! 

ft. me transcribing the syllabus for this year’s courses while watching youtube (the algorithm for recommended really hit the nail this time)