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PostPosted: Wed Jun 22, 2005 6:20 am 
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halmtomi wrote:
Could somebody tell me what's the date of the entering of marks for last Fridays exam?


yesterday afternoon. he was sitting there for hours, mostly alone and when someone went in, he talked to him/her for a long-long time... :(

we were waiting for another exam that's why I saw him there.

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Could somebody tell me what's the date of the entering of marks for last Fridays exam?


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Hello everyone. Please tell me if "Szolgaltatasunk az egesz hallgatosagot LEFEDI" is a semantic contaminaton or a loan translation or whatever. Im pretty sure it will be in the exam. Thanks.


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Sorry, I mixed History of English up with English History. My bad.

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Dear Adam,

This topic is on History of English by Ádám Nádasdy (not British History). Try the topic called History of England I & II (Lojkó/Velich) under exams.

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Can anyone please tell me when the signing of markbooks is for the Lojko exam taken last week? I almost went today when I realised it is only 31 January and as far as I remember Mr. Lojko has written on the blackboard that the signing will take place on 1 February. But now I'm confused. When is it?

Adam

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 Post subject: Re: nádasdy
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Moony wrote:
Hello!

Could someone possibly describe what the Nádasdy exam is like? I mean is it multiple choice, write in questions, both, neither or what? :) The course catalogue only says "written examination", which sounds kind of broad to me. I'm grateful for any kind of help!

Thanks


The answers for the 1st session exam are still on the board on the 2nd floor! There are questions to answer to in a word, there are mini-essays (i.e. 2-3 sencences) and some 45-50 multiple choice questions. It is worth studying for it but N is very nice, so don't worry:)
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I don't see why you're so shy to turn to the examiner...

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 Post subject: nádasdy
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Hello!

Could someone possibly describe what the Nádasdy exam is like? I mean is it multiple choice, write in questions, both, neither or what? :) The course catalogue only says "written examination", which sounds kind of broad to me. I'm grateful for any kind of help!

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I HAVE passed Farkas Judit's one and I think it is the most difficult one I ever had. But I made it... by learning a few dozen words from low dutch, old norse, old english and other nonexisting languages :)


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 Post subject: History of English exam (tips, tricks, lecture notes, etc)
PostPosted: Fri Nov 12, 2004 11:28 pm 
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Hi.

Is there a human being who's passed (or has heard about sy who's passed) Nádasdy's History of English exam? :) How? Any info?

I would pay (a reasonable amount by common assent) for full, legible and comprehensible lecture notes. OR We could barter - I have loads of stuff (books, notes etc). Send me an email.

Any tricks and tips are welcome.


Thanx 8)

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