I was happy when I got in, but as time went on I realised that I could have got in somewhere much better, and done a course that would have made me happier. But a bit late for regrets now I've finished and got my degree!
To be completely honest, I was absolutely gutted when I didn't get my first choice to do Medicinal Chem at York, so when I went to Nottingham obviously I wasn't looking forward to it as much as I should have been.
I found that the social aspects like nights out and societies are far better than what York had to offer, and even though I've since changed my course, I'm glad I ended up at Nottingham
all my life i wanted to do verterinary science- but sadly, i was not good enough at the sciences
When i was applying for UCAS it was literaly a flip of the coin for Psychology/Philosophy and Law (i did all 3 at A level and couldnt decide ) yehh...so my future went on a whim and im doing psych/phil and i know it was the right choice and im really happy
I'm unsure to be honest. I enjoy my course, but I can't help but feel there's something else i'd rather be doing. I just can't see myself working in the area i'm studying.
I'm stuck right now in deciding whether I should stick it through or switch. I've just finished the first year.
If I decide to leave i'd have to take a year out to reapply again. My family aren't big on that idea, and i'm not either really. Obviously there's the higher fees that i'd have to pay (although I know when it comes to paying them back there's no difference, but still just the numbers are off-putting). If I stay on my current course I was accepted to study abroad for a year, a great opportunity and something i've always wanted to do.
But then I can't help feeling that doing something that i'd rather be doing overrules all of those. Although considering I do actually sort of enjoy my course, there's also the worry that once i've switched i'll feel i've made a stupid decision.
It's really bloody hard! I'd like a fresh start, but there's just seems to be so many reasons why I shouldn't.