|BCBC035H6||Atomic and Mass Spectrometry||2008/9||94|
|Examination||2 hours unseen written examination Examination I||80%||95|
|BCBC038H6||Biological Chemistry I||2008/9||83|
|Examination||2 hours unseen written examination Examination I||80%||81|
|BCBC028H6||Biological Chemistry II||2008/9||75|
|Examination||2 hours unseen written examination Examination I||100%||75|
|Dissertation||Dissertation BSc Chemistry||100%||64|
|BCBC029H6||Photochemistry and Concerted Reactions||2008/9||83|
|Examination||2 hours unseen written examination Examination I||100%||83|
|BCBC033H6||Transition Metal and Organometallic Chemistry||2008/9||66|
|Examination||2 hours unseen written examination Examination I||80%||61|
I am very pleased to have a B in Transition Metal chemistry because that was the exam I did no revision for owing to having been ill (= mental) all weekend prior to it. I'm also rather pleased with the B for the Dissertation which I did in two weeks instead of over several months. It was incomplete and nowhere near my true ability, but far, far better than a bare pass.
The other grades stand for themselves. I knew I should have a high A for Photochemistry and Concerted Reactions and for Atomic and Mass Spec, but the actual grades are in the stratosphere. As for the A in Bio Chem II - well, I thought I'd got about 60% at most. Obviously I underestimate my own ability.
Also have a lovely email from Philip about doing a PhD with him which is longer than every email he's previously sent me all put together :D