I Finished with a First-Class Honours in Psychology

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I Finished with a First-Class Honours in Psychology

For those who have been reading my blog for some years now, you would know all about me going back to university in 2019 to start a degree in psychology. Well, I finished some weeks ago and my final results were finally released last week. I am very proud and excited to say I finished with a First Class Honours in Psychology! I am still buzzing from the whole excitement of finishing strong. It was not easy but so worth it. I still remember having to study pretty much everyday throughout my degree. I hardly took time off study. It was a lot of work and dedication. It was by no means easy but it came natural.

I am looking to carry on building my connections in the amazing world of psychology. I truly love studying about the human mind and it’s amazing possibilities. It is such an intriguing field and i am so looking forward to specialising in the next few months and seeing where all these takes me.

If you are a mature student with work and kids (like me) who is contemplating going back to university to retrain or to study for yourself, my advice is to go for it and give it your all. You never know where it might lead you and even if it doesn’t work out as you thought it would have, at least you would know you have tried, and you can happily off the list of what you want to do.

I was also wondering, are there any psychologists (or those interested in the world of psychology) reading this blog post? I have interests mainly in health psychology and clinical psychology, but I am also open to other parts of psychology. It would lovely to hear from other Psychology graduates too! Do let me know.

Thanks for reading, stay safe.


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