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Sufficating Symptoms

Before I can share the story of my graduation I need to explain what's been happening over the last eight months or so. As you may have guessed, I did not keep my "New Years Resolution". Soon after my "Time to Make a Comeback" post, things really started to get tough. I had up to two maths assignment a week, which normally was no bother but these modules were not as straightforward as they appeared. I thought that becauseĀ I was doing them the second time around that this would make them slightly easier and although this proved to be true some of the time, the rest of the time I found myself completely lost. Looking back on it while I had nothing but job applications to fill and options to explore, it sounded like pure bliss but at the time it was hell. I spent most of my time in the Maths Support Centre (MSC) pulling my hair out and lost plenty of sleep because I knew I didn't have enough time to spend on my maths assignments, chemistry modules and a thesis on top of that. I felt that I had to prioritize my continuous assessment over study for my final exams. There was really no winning.

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