30.08.2017 // Back home! I’ve had some time to think things over while on holiday, and I realised that I really dislike my degree and what I’m studying, and that I’m much more interested in politics. As such, I got in contact with the university, who said they are happy to consider me for a change to a different course. This involves submitting a piece of written work, and then an interview. As I already did a politics course, they said that they are happy with only an interview.
I’m currently preparing for the interview, and I am so, so scared. Changing course would mean going back into second year, although this is not something that I am too worried about, because it would give me more time to work on my mental health. I’m super scared about doing this, and what changing course means in general, but hey, if something scares you, often it’s a good thing to do.
If anyone has any advice on interviewing for HSPS/politics, please talk to me!!
I’ve had a productive morning! Made it to the library pretty early this morning and started by writing up some lecture notes from my Psychopathology module, and then I did some of the reading on anxiety disorders and PTSD. I get so much more done when I come to uni to study
- Ellie x