God bless whoever added the ability to adjust track speed in QuickTime. After listening to a SH lecture on B101 as recorded, I ran across a way to speed up the second lecture of the series (option/>> arrow for those of you who are curious) without making it sound like a rejected Alvin and the Chipmunks audiobook. The 1 hr 52 min takes just over an hour, but the pace is steady enough that note taking is still possible.
With that whopping extra 45 minutes, I did a timed NCARB vignette practice exam, which came out like so:
I don’t see anything wrong. Do you? Let me know…preferably by Friday evening. I’ve got a pretty good grasp on working with the software, but want to practice a few more times. This run through took 35 minutes, including review, but I’d like to get it down to 30 so I’ll have plenty of time to work my way through the actual exam.
I threw flashcards and B101 into my bag to study at lunch today, but seeing that I have 3 minutes until it’s back to AutoCAD and SD drawings, that doesn’t look like it’s going to happen. Oh well, I guess I’ll save that fun for tonight.