Using Omniscience to Finish School (College)

I’ve been thinking about this for quite some time now. I’ve already practiced and did the exercises provided by the Mastering Divination course, particularly with cleromancy. However, I can’t help but think how I’m going to be using this asides in learning the other 2 God-powers. As a matter of fact, I was thinking about how divination will help me finish college.

Although this may be a no-brainer to most of you, I would really love to know the pros and cons of omniscience, particularly with divination. What did E.A. meant when he said that I would be able to know anything at anytime? Should I take that statement at face value? Or was he intending to imply something else?

Before I even purchased the program, I fantasized about the idea that the divination course would literally give me ALL knowledge instantly. However, when I began to read some old threads pertaining to omniscience, I realized that I had to change my expectations. Surely, there must be some constraints that omniscience falls under.

Indeed, the exercises provided in the program were incredibly fun and amazing. The only thing that’s standing in my way is how I will apply this in real life, particularly with college. I have no prior experience with magick at all. I just want to know how I’ll tackle my obstacles using divination practically.

Therefore, if I completed the course successfully, do you think I would be able to tackle the problems - low grades and difficult courses - I have in college very easily?
Is it safe to assume that omniscience would grant me “special” advantages against other students? For instance, If I have an exam coming up this month from my engineering course, would I be able to “know” the answers beforehand without studying from my part?

I’m sorry for bombarding you with all these questions though because they’ve been in my mind for quite some time.

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At least from my experience, omniscience isn’t the state of knowing everything but being able to know. In order to know something you must first read it out the astral. Bear in mind, the more you try to monitor at once, the more you mind and focus becomes split and spread out.
It’s perfectly possible to see the answers before hand, but you’d have to be pretty good to do this. I’d recommend you take a look at the bonds of academia ritual I posted a while back and use it in conjunction with revision.
One last thing. Trust your first answer when divining, it’s very easy to trick yourself into thinking you misread it.

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Before I try and reply, some questions:

  1. do you want to become an engineer because you love the subject, or is it more like getting a steady job to be a platform for other dreams and goals?

  2. could you (not to share here unless you want) brainstorm a list of the majopr problems you face, with studying, with exams, and in the general areas where you want to make improvements and changes? Can you readily assess what the difference is between where you are now, and where you need or want to be, to succeed?

  3. what’s the approximate structure of the exams? Are they, for example, multiple choice where you mark a box, timed essays in class, or essays written at home and then handed in, diagrams and questions pre-printed on exam papers and timed in-class, and is there any practical element to the exams?

If you can answer these, that may help narrow down where to apply divination to skew things in your favour.

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