Here is an important piece of advice on writing good journal entries. Whenever you read a question, divide it into distinct parts. Then devote a distinct paragraph to each part.
It is important to remember that long paragraphs that switch subjects multiple times tend to signal disorganized thinking to your reader, even when simply dividing the paragraph as written into multiple paragraphs would create the impression of very organized thinking.
Some of you may be writing long paragraphs because the formatting of the journal creates a new bullet point each time you hit enter, which may strike you as unprofessional looking. You are right that it would not be appropriate to bullet all of your paragraphs in a normal college essay, but here it is fine. If it bothers you, it is possible to remove the bullet and preserve the formatting with the tab or ruler, but I don't recommend spending your time in this way.
We are now entering a very dangerous time for many people. There are no hard due dates for tests for over a month, and this will tempt many to relax and let things slide. Please do your best to avoid this and stay on schedule. If you take a break for a few days to focus on other classes, be sure to return with renewed vigor an urgency.
Remember, the module entries remain on a firm schedule. People who start to get behind the quizzing and testing schedule also tend to stop making regular module entries, and this significantly raises the probability of failure.
For general planning, note that after Module 6, tests start to become due every two weeks. This is partly to give you greater study control over your schedule toward the end of the semester, but it is also because the material becomes a bit more challenging.
The Module 2 test is due on Friday. Remember, this is a hard due date. If you miss it, you still have to take the test to proceed to Module 3. But you will get no credit for the Module 2 test unless you use it as your one retake at the end of the semester.
Obviously, as a strategic matter, you should be sure to take Module 2 on time even if you are not fully prepared for it.