Undergraduate Degree

Graduation

Had the most amazing day on Tuesday (10th July 2018), i officially graduated from the University of Westminster. After three years of hard work i am proud to say i have graduated with a 2:1 BSc Honours in Human and Medical Science.  A beautiful venue like Royal Festival Hall is the perfect place to don… Continue reading Graduation

Undergraduate Degree

Passed and Completed

I did it, I passed! It’s a great relief to get my final results and confirm I have achieved a 2:1 (with honours) in Human and Medical Science BSc. There has been a long journey to get to this point and there really were moments I questioned my decision to do this. It’s definitely been… Continue reading Passed and Completed

Undergraduate Degree

10 things I have learnt from University

1. Commuting to London is emotionally draining Commuting to university ultimately saved me money in rent and food costs but the emotional drain of having to push yourself through a long commute home was emotionally draining. I don’t regret it but I have come to appreciate the people who do it every day ,365 days… Continue reading 10 things I have learnt from University

Exploring Life, Undergraduate Degree

Note to self: Essays Suck

You have to love what your writing about, you have to believe in what you're writing and enjoy taking the time to do it. Its why i often take breaks from blogging. You start writing posts for the sake of post writing and the quality drops, followed by the motivation. It works the same way… Continue reading Note to self: Essays Suck

Undergraduate Degree

Cancer Biology: Mixing Masters and Undergrads

My second semester module is Cancer Biology. Its an intriguing module that is intense and interesting all in one go. The module is also different in its formatting; combining masters and undergraduate students together to form a large mixed ability lecture hall. As an undergraduate in this class i have mixed feelings about this, my… Continue reading Cancer Biology: Mixing Masters and Undergrads

Undergraduate Degree

The Waiting Game

The hardest thing about university, masters and job applications is the waiting game. The application is in, the interview done and now you have to sit back and repeatedly refresh your emails until that offer comes in. You need to think positive, you are waiting for an offer, not a rejection. Its thinking like this… Continue reading The Waiting Game

Undergraduate Degree

Why do i commute?

There is definitely an art to commuting, whether it is for work or Uni. Its unpredicatable and constantly changing. Its definitely something thats hard to do as a student, your 9am lectures mean you share the train with corporate commuters and late nights in the library have to revolve around train times. I commute because… Continue reading Why do i commute?

Exploring Life, Undergraduate Degree

Short: When you reach that revision limit…

I've reached my revision limit; which is probably not a good thing three days before my neuroscience exam. There is something about revision that means you eventually get so fed up of it that you actually can't take it. Not saying that i don't enjoy neuroscience, its been an interesting and intellectually challenging module; it… Continue reading Short: When you reach that revision limit…

Exploring Life, Undergraduate Degree

Just a late night post about late night revision…

People revise in different ways, but for many students late nights are the time they really shine. For me I prefer late nights, its often quieter at home, but it can also has its drawbacks. The pro’s for me are definitely the peace and quiet. Most of my house goes to sleep at 8:30ish so… Continue reading Just a late night post about late night revision…