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
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
So my first semester of final year is over and what a start it has been. Thrown in the deep end with four modules each with double lectures as well as lab work for my dissertation, the workload has been on the edge of crippling. But, i have powered through, achieved grades i am proud… Continue reading Semester 1 is over!
Shock horror! Its not even December and my revision schedule has already begun. Its mainly due to the vast amount of subjects and the depth of knowledge required in third year. Third year requires you to start thinking independently; bringing in base knowledge with new research to have the most up to date information when… Continue reading Revision Begins
The majority of your time at Uni during Third Year is dedicated towards your dissertation. Its taking up every ounce of my free time at the moment, leaving me struggling to balance work, school and being social. I've hit the critical part of semester 1 as well, i have two deadlines on Monday and exams… Continue reading Dissertations as a science student
It was my first day back an uni today and my brain already feels like it is going to explode from all the information i have had to cram into it. My first day back has been spent trying to fix issues. My dissertation project supervisor has left my university and despite being given a… Continue reading And so it begins…