I doubt anyone will read or reply to this but I thought I will give it a shot. I basically got onto a wrong master's course; I know realised this after my two failed attempts at this particular exam. So now i am just waiting for the last module to finish and to see my gf, then i will be going back to merry old england. my plan is to apply for another master's course, so far i am discouraged since my lecturer does not want to write me a reference basically, so i will be hunting down people for that. also, i have to sort out finance, whether it be with studentfinance uk or NHS i will have to go home and sort it out with my parents. I am 21 i know i should be this adult supreme being or what have you. I am stuck waiting, that is driving me crazy because what if my application does fail/go through, what are the chances of me not feeling it is for me yet again. i feel that i am only trying super hard to get a master's because i want to be respected and in the hopes of getting a doctorate that i did not think would be so difficult to achieve. the reason i am applying back in england is because it is now funded and i need the bps accreditation that the course here in the netherlands does not have. I feel that i will struggle to get a decent job with a BSc in psychology with a 2.2 Dx
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Lost, confused and scared - Hello my name is Theoleo watch
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- 09-03-2016 15:50
- 13-03-2016 15:50
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