Exams and deadlines, two weeks of crazyness.
Posted by joanna in Psychology on January 13, 2013
So I arrived back in Leicester yesterday. It was nice to be back and see everyone again but not so fun to come back to a lot of work… In three days I have a Sociology exam and this time round I am VERY nervous. It is for a module called the ‘City Life and […]
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Posted by joanna in Psychology on November 17, 2012
was not my original aim when going to Costa Coffee to work… however it is strange to settle in a working environment you aren’t used to. Although my nosiness got the better of me and I started to listen in on an interview across the room (to be fair, the interviewer was speaking REALLY LOUDLY), […]
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What is it like doing a combined course?
Posted by joanna in Psychology on June 1, 2012
1 week left till I’m finished for summer:) Can’t wait! In the meantime, I thought I’d write about what it’s like to do a combined course. Many people have asked me how I find the time to do the two subjects, if I end up with two degrees or one and if it’s worth it. […]
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