When I stop and think for a moment, I realize, my life also goes very fast, and soon I will have to think about the graduation and admissions into the master program. My life is a never-ending cycle of work, school and homework. Even though it seems I describe my routine in a negative way, it is the opposite. Every morning, I look forward to the lessons at school, my job, whether it is new projects, meetings or new data to analyze. I really appreciate that I am able to do all of these tasks in the most effective way, thus I can improve my knowledge and abilities further and further.
I must admit, the more I am nearing the end of my studies, the more my everyday schedule gets complicated. In this fall semester, I had to stop doing box, which I practiced for the past two years, because I have statistic in that time. The biggest complication is that, the less subjects I yet have to attend, the more complicated it is to manage my timetable, so it will not interfere with my job. In the past semesters, i tried to attend lectures that were either early in the morning or late in the evening, so I do not have to go back and forth between my school and my job. Last week, I applies to courses I will attend the next (spring) semester. Because I already have to attend lessons about writing my thesis, I have to move around my timetable, because the lesson is two times a week in the middle of the day.
As I already mentioned, the exam period is right around the corner. This year, I am starting on the 2nd of December and ending on the 12 of December. During these two weeks, I will write an exam from every subject and I will write few written assignments. This year, I am careful, and I am not leaving this until the last day. I am almost done with the written assignment and I already started studying for the exams, especially for statistics. Even though I have more homework and responsibilities with each semester, I am starting to get better and better at managing my meetings and assignments, thus I do not have too much work at the end of the semester and my grades are not suffering as a result.
As I near the end of my undergraduate studies, I would like to dedicate a blog to what has shaped me perhaps the most during my time here - and I'm not referring to the invaluable professors or internships I've written about on this blog, but to life in the Newman House Chaplaincy.
Motivation for Altruism, Helping Professions and Burnout Syndrome
Altruistic behavior is commonly explained as selfless, beneficial, and focused primarily on the good of others.
What Connects the OECD and Mladá Boleslav? or My Experience from an Internship on Economic Migration
Vaccinating at a football stadium
The combination of covid and bachelor's exams is not entirely funny
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