So, I am studying all by my own and at my own rate. Looking at the real course-plan, the class proceeds at breakneck speed. The lecture notes contain nothing but the basics. Do the students really get the basics down to a tee? At this speed, I would forget if I didn’t!
Will the exam then expect nothing but familiarity with the basics in each chapter? If it is not in the lecture notes, it is not important? The truth is out there.
I need to wrangle with work to get the time for this. Twice the time per exam versus course plan is too slow.
I am soon at that point in the book where I usually stop… but only halfway to where I previously have gotten. I blush.
Plan shall be done in week.
What got me thinking about this has to be finished. I hope it will not sap my inspiration.
I’m working on a plan, putting first things first. I must get this going and read continuously, or any effort spent will erode. It is already starting to look iffy! Overreaching leads to loss, so the strategy should perhaps be the conservative “at least and at most one piece at a time”, with related pieces following one another.