Initially I thought it was certain that understanding uncertainty (GEM2900) is an easy module to take. Then the very thought that it was certainly too easy sent an uneasy feeling that make my ball shrinks as that means the probability of everyone else doing well is sufficently high to assume a negatively skewed normal distribution, shifting the peak to the right side of the bell curve, making it a very competitive module and difficult to score well. Next came the S/Uing period, where I realised my understanding of uncertainty was not as certain as i initially thought, so the uncertainty of whether I should S/U this module became overwhelming. Yet, I was quite certain this would be an easy & slack module and S/Uing it would be such a waste. Then again, although finding a module easy do have some association with the grades one would get, there is not enough evidence to assume causation as there might be a lurking variable influencing the relation. Thus, the uncertainty continues to sway my decision. After giving some thoughts, I am of the opinion that I am certainly thinking too much and the conclusion of this uncertainty is the certainty that I will not S/U understanding uncertainty.
Damn, understanding uncertainty indeed..