Don't ask me how I did it, in honesty I have no idea, but I had a first for my dissertation and one of my final exams. In fact I've only had 30 2:1 credits all year, the rest have all been firsts! I'm over the moon, I still don't know what my final exam result will be, but even if I don't get a first overall my lowest possible mark is a very high 2:1! I feel very lucky after having such a stressful year last year to have had such a wonderful year so I'm over the moon. I've really enjoyed the year and I'm actually really sad that my Undergraduate degree is over, I'm going to miss my friends but we're going to all be relatively close to each other. Some are going on to do masters like I am, others have jobs lined up. I'm now getting ready to start looking at the UKCAT, GAMSAT and BMAT.
I'm hoping that this year I will get high enough marks in those exams to be competitive, if not then I will be taking a year out and reapplying next year! I'm going to keep trying! I'm hoping that eventually I will get there in the end. Although I didn't put an application in last year I'm considering applying for at least one 5 year course to try and increase my chances....we shall see though.
The house is on the market (yay!) so the wheels are firmly in motion for our big move. My other half is also starting uni in September which will be very exciting. I'm encouraged by my success in my BSc and looking forward to the MSc more and more each day. Just waiting for my confirmation of my 2:1 (or above!).
I'm a little nervous about my result for my final exam, although I'm not terribly good at guessing my results, this exam was quite a beast! I suppose it is good practice for the GAMSAT though. I'm trying to decide how I'm going to tackle the revision for that, currently just considering what topics I need to go over. I'm only going to be applying for one GAMSAT uni probably as I don't like the thought of putting several choices down when I don't already have the results in case I'm just wasting choices as I don't know the score.
Anyway, enough rambling on. I'm off to watch 24 hours in A and E on catch up! Thanks for reading :).