“To achieve great things, two things are needed: a plan and not quite enough time.” – Leonard Bernstein
Us English have a stereotype of visiting non-English speaking countries and nonchalantly speaking English, if they don’t understand us, WE SPEAK EVEN LOUDER until they magically learn our language by our increased vocals.
I’ve decided writing about the Academic Scholarship event – a little late, but I think it’s an important event to blog about! In September, I was sent a letter awarding me with a University of Worcester Scholarship for Academic Achievement. I knew I had done well in my 2nd year but was still shocked to say the least.
By the number of people moving in the Peirson building and the Hive, it seems like most of us are facing the dreaded reality: assignments are near! And as a third year, you might think I’m used to it.
As we head towards the beginning of the academic year, I can’t help but wonder what it’s going to bring. And this reflection often goes towards the amazing times I’ve already had here and the choices I’ve made that lead towards those experiences.
As everybody who is a University student knows around May its deadline time, and I have just submitted all my assignments for the semester – yippee!
Cell Biology is where the majority of my practical’s take place, it is a compulsory module which all biology students take, whatever their focus is. In summary it is a recap of biology you may of study before, with certain aspects being looked at in more detail.