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For VCE I did: Methods, Chem, Spesh, English, Chinese 2nd Language & Uni Maths.
Naww thanks, I guess I can be hardworking when I want to be lol (i.e. during SWOTVAC the week before exams) .
I do put education quite high up on my list of priorities hence why I seem to be hardworking, but I’m really not that intense. I still try to make time for my social, work and gym life.
It’s all about working efficient/productively, time management and maintaining a balance in life ;)
I guess it’s kind of early to tell since we haven’t started real clinicals/practical work yet and everything at the moment is heavily theory based (lectures/tutorials etc). Despite the lecturers for some of the subjects being really bad, overall, I am enjoying my new course at the moment, it’s a big change from undergrad in the way it feels like I’m in high school again with a smaller cohort and having classes with everyone. It’s also great that I’m learning stuff that is actually applicable in the future as opposed to biomed. In terms of workload, it’s suprisingly not that bad! I have a few half days and some days off. Two of my subjects are like total bludge at the moment, but they’ll probably pick up a bit later on in the year. But in comparison to med, it definitely sounds more chill (med students have like 10-13 lectures a week), I’ve been partying like every weekend which is probably not such a good habit to fall into but yeah, you definitely get a lot of spare time during the beginning of the year. However, I’m expecting the hours and workload to pick up a lot later on in the year when we start pre-clinicals (9-5 days everyday) :(
Hope that’s helpful :)
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I only did the semester 1 pathology subject,’Mechanisms of human disease’ ( I think from memory). I personally thought this subject was really badly taught.
Each lecture would be an overload of information with 90% of stuff not even examined. There was one lecture where they tried to teach 12 diff neurodiseases into one lecture which was ridiculous. However, on the plus side, I gotta say the assessments and exams were piss easy. Average was like H1 or high H2A. I think if you do choose this, it’s about studying ‘smart’, picking out only the important stuff likely to be examined rather than learning everything they throw at you which is definitely overwhelming.
till I get to see the boyfriend again.
Aus Day Long Weekend
- Happy 21st Birthday to one of my best friends, Annie! Love you beautiful
- Bass Lounge celebrations & then a Cocktail party at The Marriott Hotel. Had a bit too much fun with my drunk bitches <3
- Awesome BBQ and Spit at Kozy’s. LOL conversations with the girls about inappropriate stuff and stalking hot chicks on Instagram.
Best straya day weekend!
I feel like I haven’t blogged on here for agessss.
Since my graduation:
- Jetted off to Thailand and Hong Kong for 3.5 weeks. Had a great time stuffing myself with delicious food, shopping pretty much every day, spending time with family and friends :3
- Came back to cram all the necessary things I had to get done before uni started.
- Orientation started yesterday and there’s actually quite a few people from Biomed which was unexpected. But my whole course is literally all asians and indians lol surprise surprise.
- Class officially starts Tuesday and I got classes everyday from 9 - 4/5 with only 1 hour lunch break :( . Definitely a major change from last year where I had two days off and pretty much finished at 12pm every other day. Nonetheless, I’m super excited to start and to actually start applying all the stuff I’ve been seeing at work into my own hands mwa haha…
Yay new 😎came in #marcbymarcjacobs #beingaposer #sunnies
most welcome :) hehe
You need at least second year level Anatomy, Biochemistry and Physiology to study med or dent at UoM