It's week 2 of semester and I am still in holiday mode. Rather than studying, I am slowly eating my way around different cafes in the area. Also, placements start new week and I am excited because I got my first preference back where my old university is located WOOO. The only downside is, I feel so under-prepared. I am still waiting for an email back from my supervior to inform me of who I will be working with, who my clients will be, what area in "Adult" speech pathology I will be working in, what time and days do I come in, what should I read up on before attending, what is parking like, where do I park, what should I wear
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2 more weeks until end of semester and I cannot wait!!!
On Monday, I had my graduation. I guess it got better as the day went on. At first, I didn't see anyone I knew, so it was pretty awkward standing around. Luckily,as the day went on, I was able to find familiar faces. On Tuesday, we were taught how to perform an Oral Peripheral Examination inside our client's mouth. It's not a glamorous process, having to poke at and look at various structures of their oral cavity but interesting nonetheless. Wed, Thurs, and Fri was super cold and rain. Nothing special happened there. Luckily on Saturday, and today, it fee
Tomorrow is my graduation. Woo-hoo! I am kinda excited for it :D I know this is corny, but the 4 years of my undergrad went by sooo quick. I can't believe this chapter of the book has been written and finished.
Because I am a reflective kind of person, here are some highlights from my undergrad:
1.The Gym. lol. Seriously, the uni gym was a highlight. I became so much fitter as a result. I discovered a love for fitness classes like NRG, Zumba and Pilates. Also, the gym was home to many hours of long catchup and gossip sessions ;P
2.I guess Anime Club was pretty fun during the first two years of undergrad. We played Uno and Sa
This week I went to a formal. I didn't really want to go because dressing up is just not my style. I much prefer jeans and hi-top sneakers. I guess the night was alright. Lots of people, lots of food and lots of dancing. But again, not my thing ><'' Aside from the formal, the busy weeks are looming!! 3 in-class tests, a handful of online tests and a major essay all due in the next 2 weeks ><
In more exciting news, my graduation is coming. It's a bit odd how I've started Masters but I still haven't had my graduation ceremony for my Bachelor course. Next month is my graduation and I am a little bit excited. I can'