I did it! Continue reading “Did I Do It?”
It’s the time of reversed anxiety. Anxiety from silent waiting, not anxiety from demanded action.
All my course work and exams seem to be completed or met. So, now I’m just waiting for my results. I anticipate a pass, but am so uncomfortable waiting for my overall marks.
The reason for such insecurity lies in the fact I really didn’t do half as well as I could have. I’m able to look back at my NCM and HIP work and see the things I left out because I didn’t know about them at the time. Continue reading “Now Waiting For Final Results”
While I feared all could be lost due to sabotage, I kept on working.
I wish I would have worked more though, but I worked as much as I could. Everything seems cleared up now, if showing some signs of what occurred.
As of now, if I get told of any issues with my work, I know that I could have done something truly great from what I managed to do under the circumstances.
I’ve learned so much over this course of study. After 8 years of immersion in IT technicalities, I finally feel ready to enter the corporate environment…
Back in action, after seemingly being given a chance to continue on to the end of these studies, the IS Project Management module is now in the past – with an exam that is expectedly passed. Continue reading “ISPM Exam + Module Finish Reflection”
So against all odds or assurances, given my current situation, I completed the work – mostly. A few omissions had to persist to fit into the timeframe, yet the work is undoubtedly impressive for one man’s last-minute effort and should at least garner a pass. Continue reading “ISPM CW5 Reflection”