I can’t believe how quickly these past three years have gone and that I will be graduating in July. Soon a new chapter of my life will begin, but first I have a few things I need to do before I finish, completing my research project, assignments and exams means a lot of preparation needs to be done!… Read More
Exams are finally over! Well at least for another couple of months until the next set, so a definite reason for a brief hiatus before returning to the shackles of revision. A sometimes slightly frustrating aspect of studying medicine is that assessments tend to be timetabled outside of the normal exam period, which for most students is around May or June.… Read More
Summer is finally just around the corner (well, at least it was sunny this weekend), which means that a lot of students are thinking about setting out their summer travelling plans. Having been away for two months, and learnt the hard way, I thought it might be useful to share my top tips for successful travels:
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On our windowsill there is a collection of funny looking lemonade bottles. Everyone in the house is a bit obsessed with avocados at the moment – they just taste so good, especially on toast with a poached egg! So, we decided to try and grow our own avocado plants.… Read More
Who are the junior doctors?
The term junior doctor is a little misleading, as it covers any medic who has just graduated from medical school right up to those who have been working as a doctor in a particular specialty for over a decade.… Read More
One of the biggest sell points for encouraging students to go to university is the freedom and the independence that they will get by moving away from home. I do agree with this as I really enjoyed my one and a half year away from home!… Read More
Its done, I’ve given in my dissertation! A years worth of work, finished! It was getting pretty mad by the end, my room became a bit of a tip! But its done, although it doesn’t feel quite real yet!… Read More
So money is tight, and you’re social life is now dwindling because of it. But what can you do if you have no money to spare? Don’t worry, because there are plenty of things that can cost you nothing but still give you the opportunity for socialising.… Read More
So whilst I’ve been rambling about our house over Easter, going to the library and working a bit, I decided to make an impromptu trip to London! I got the MegaBus down on Friday, my first ever! It was mostly uneventful, a bit more cramped than being on a train, and the toilet situation wasn’t great, but then the whole journey was only £8 so you can’t complain really!… Read More
Every university course is different for everyone. Each has its own requirements to fulfil, and with that comes its own set of challenges.
I, myself, study Youth and Community Work at Cardiff Met. Like many university courses, it consists of various modules of study.… Read More