it's chem and it's endless
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Last night I received news that I would be attending my university for face-to-face this 17.10.2021. Would sign in for the hostel on 15.10.2021. I felt nervous and excited at the same time. Wish me the best!
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– my desk 📚
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Childish Gambino - Sweatpants
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23.09.2021 // good to do some coursework again
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Finished the obstetrics chapter of Step 2 CK today. Not long to go now!
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thursday 23rd september, 2021
It was a foggy morning yesterday. The perfect weather for walking and listening to an audiobook. I'm currently listening to "The Goldfinch" by Donna Tartt and I really like it.
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💬 Have you ever worked at the ICU?
Done with 5 night shifts at the ICU! 🥳 It’s been a great learning experience, with an unstable case of lower GI bleed, two cases of tracheostomy bleeds (bleeding through a tube in the trachea), a typical case of supraventricular tachycardia (a rapid arrhythmia that needed that we “reset” the heart with a medication called adenosine), all whilst dealing with the bread and butter of ICU (shocks, sedation issues, DKAs, etc). It definitely gave me a boost of confidence, and reminded me that I am capable of managing these cases.
Now with that done, it’s time for a cozy day at home, a relaxing weekend with my family, and my last interviews at the start of next week!
From my studygram
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study nights with a small side of crisis, what else is new??
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- day 28/100 days of productivity
it just dawned on me today that this week is a jam-packed week filled with assignments, long quizzes and normal quizzes (?). next week's already our preliminary examinations so it's understandable and the quizzes and tasks given to us are actually really useful with reviewing for the exams, so maybe my only complain for this is - I want to sleep, hahaha.
For today's productivity checklist !!
Microbio long quiz
Fundamentals notes on humidification for a quiz
forgot to post this one yesterday, it was such a long day, hahaha.
I hope everyone's having a good day !!
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Minerva McGonagall was quickly recognised as the most outstanding student of her year with a particular talent for Transfiguration. By the end of her education at Hogwarts, she had achieved an impressive record: top grades in O.W.L.s and N.E.W.T.s, Prefect, Head Girl, and winner of the Transfiguration Today Most Promising Newcomer award. Under the guidance of her inspirational Transfiguration teacher, Albus Dumbledore, Minerva had managed to become an Animagus.
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I got a scholarship!! <3
Good morning, everyone. How are you?
I'm currently studying. And I am so happy to announce that I received a very good scholarship. I am beyond excited about that and I am so grateful!!! In my application, I listed this blog and my Discord server and they must have liked it. Wow. That is just so cool.
Thank you to everyone who supports this blog. I AM SO GRATEFUL.
Love, Sophia <3
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Teachers who come to class and teach right away are cooler than teacher who talk non sense and teach like 10% im sorry.
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In Germany, the new semester starts at October 1st, so I thought it would be a great time to share the experience I gained during my last five years of uni.
Feel free to add your own pieces of advice! ✨
Create a (broad) overview of the classes you want to take at the very beginning of your studies. Look up during which term a class will be taught (summer or winter) and what the coursework will consist of (exam, oral exam, essay etc.). Also, find out the scores of the last years of these courses.
Ask yourself about whether you want to do a semester abroad or an internship during your studies and prepare for it as soon as possible. Look up important dates for information sessions.
Find at least one or two trustworthy people per class that you can rely on if you need any help.
Don't feel obliged to do anything you don't want to just because your peers are doing it (concerns every area of a student life).
Make use of the benefits you get as a student. Visit museums and theaters for half the price, sign up for discounts (looking at you, Asos and Amazon Prime) and use that semester ticket for trains and buses.
Always keep a reusable bottle of water with you.
Actively listen during lectures! I feel like the more you listen, the more you understand the context in which different topics are placed in and how they are connected.
Have a way to write down important dates - whether it is a planner, a bullet journal or your smartphone calendar or all three.
Have a personal deadline of submitting coursework one day prior to the university's deadline.
Find your personal style of studying. Studying at uni is much different than studying in school (in my opinion)!
Enjoy your studies. Don't feel the need to study from morning to evening. Make time for friends, hobbies, traveling - whatever you desire.
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it's friday and things are supposed to be lighter because it's the end of the week. you spend your morning journaling, reflecting on how you did this week. you have been so, so busy, with a lot of overtime. but it's alright, you thought. this will make me better in the long run.
you meet up with your friends for brunch before doing some school works in the afternoon. and then, your routine afternoon walk. you have known for a long time now that balance between appreciating the environment, where you are now - the present, is just as important as what you are pursuing. it is self-love, it is self-care. to cap off the night, you watched a movie until you are on a sweet, sweet slumber.
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Can someone send me resources or advice on how to prepare for studying a Masters? Specifically an English Literature / Comparative Literature / World Literatures in English Masters degree.... thank you <3
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I just re-read this great post by @marias-studyblr and it inspired me to try something:
I’m going to start setting daily goals for myself that I have to do before I can do any leisure activities. This will give me incentive to do my homework, and the reward will make me feel good about doing my homework. I’m hoping this feedback loop will work for me.
Because I don’t have homework due every single day, I’ll break down my tasks into smaller tasks and stagger them throughout the week.
I’m not going to over-do it. I know that doing so has often derailed my progress in the past. I need to keep it simple and relatively easy if I want to stay consistent.
Every Monday my professors post the new Weekly Folder with all our assignments for that week. So every Monday I’m going to look at all my assignments, and create my weekly schedule. I’ll post it here.
So every Monday I’ll post my weekly schedule. Then every day I’ll post my daily schedule. And just to add a level of accountability, I’m going to post updates every day as well.
While writing this, I feel like I’m lying to myself. “Like I’m actually going to do that.” I’m so used to failing at time/task management because of my adhd that it’s reflected in my self-esteem.
I may not actually follow through with this. But I’m gonna try. I need to try this, because if it works, it would be life-changing for me. I’m only three weeks into my first year and I’m already suffocating. This is why I stayed an extra year in high school and took 5 years off after high school to work — I was putting off post-secondary because I was afraid I wouldn’t be able to handle it. And now that I’m here, I’m scared I might have been right.
I’m going to try to prove myself wrong.
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