Woke up very nervous this morning to find out my final degree grade but I am pleased to say that I have secured myself a 2:1 BSc in Psychology with Sociology. Very happy 🙂
It seems most people got what they wanted or what they expected too which is really nice as it wouldn’t be the same if loads of people were disappointed.
In other news, this week has been very sad. Most people have gone home already and the few of us remaining had a goodbye meal last night. There is so much I am going to miss about uni:( It’s quite a relief though that the majority of my friends are on my course and so I will see them again at graduation and there’s enough of us wanting to stay in contact with each other to think that we can make it happen 🙂
Today I have the joyous task of packing up all my belongings from my room into bags. It’s amazing how much of my stuff is spread throughout the whole house too :/
Good luck with the rest of you finding out results soon!
3 responses to “Results day!”
Thanks!!! really struggling with stats, so if you have any more kind words please send to MM555@student.le.ac.uk xx
Hey, im doing the same degree as you. please, do you have any tips, spare revision nice, advice.. anything! 🙂 Thankyou!!
Well one thing is make sure you get your head around the stats for your practical reports as they are weighted quite highly, just makes it a bit easier to understand why you are running which analyses and stops you making mistakes- http://www.academia.dk/BiologiskAntropologi/Epidemiologi/PDF/SPSS_Survival_Manual_Ver12.pdf is really good to help you along.
Also if you are doing a combined course then I would really have clear in my head/written down in a diary when the deadlines are, as they are often close together – I’d often have to do one at least a week before the actual deadline so I could complete the other one in time.
In terms of revision, I’d say it makes it more interesting and gets in your head more if you find someone to revise with so perhaps buddy up with someone on your course? Also, if you then both do a little bit of extra reading for each module then you will both be able to input new stuff into revision notes.
Any other questions, ask away 🙂 Best of luck with everything!