It is a tricky decision to make. Do you follow your gut and choose a university course that you are sure is something you are interested in and school has established you are good at it (therefore likely to succeed)? 575 more words
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I did my first Practicum teaching lesson last week and I think it went very well. My UNC advisor was there to observe and give me feedback. 260 more words
Thu 27 Oct 2016: 6.30pm @ SR1 – For undergraduates: A chat about research opportunities in NUS with grad students
DBS graduate students Jerome Kok, Dorothy Cheong & Kenny Chua present a chat about about research opportunities in NUS. This is a lovely opportunity for undergraduates to get some advice from your seniors and to ask some frank questions. 19 more words
Fate is like a strange, unpopular restaurant filled with odd little waiters who bring you things you never asked for and don't always like.
I am many things. I am a lover of animals, of literature of all types (including Lemony Snicket, who I fondly quoted in the title), of all things British, of hedgehogs, of caffeine, of medicine, of research, of quotes, of individualism, of photography, of writing, and of so many things, it would be impossible to name everything. 404 more words