Last month I decided to take the exam for the course “Organization I”. It is in German, which makes it more difficult. I asked the professor’s assistant if I could answer it in English, and he answered affirmatively. During that month, I asked a partner for his notes, started to read the book (in German) and bought an exam-guide which comprises the old exams for the same course. While I was reading the book, I noticed that it was almost impossible to do it in just thirty days, therefore I decided to translate only the notes that I had got from my colleague. After a couple of days, I realized that just to translate them was going to take a lot of time. I started to feel stressed so I turned my efforts to the exam, but just reading and half-understanding the whole test took me longer than the time allowed for the exam. Then I decided to quit the mission. I found that it was completely senseless.
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