Would still love to do this.
I don’t know where to look for work!
I have quite a large repertoire of songs that I can play off the top of my head, they’re all pretty mellow and nice-sounding.
I’d like to improve my technique over the summer, also.
2 years ago, I worked my arse off.
A month before the exams started, I began spending every single day revising in the library from 8:30am until 6pm, or 8pm on Wednesdays.
I completely exhausted myself, felt physically ill and mentally deranged haha!
But I sat those exams and I got an A grade in every single subject, even though I was predicted far lower for some of them.
My final grades were:
Art – A
History – A
Psychology – A
There is no cheating this system. Only hard work will get you through it, and it was worth it.
Applying to university was a doddle because with my 3 As and my Art Foundation to support it, I have nearly 650 UCAS points, which is double the amount required for pretty much any course in the UK.
I applied for Multimedia BSc and got an unconditional offer pretty much 2 weeks after my application, and a few days after my interview.
This has become more of a career-related goal for me than anything else.
It would be useful to be able to communicate in Japanese, due to the video games industry. A lot of studios that I am very fond of are based in JP, and it would be useful to be able to communicate with them!
When I start at uni in September, I hope to enrol in a language class to build on my limited knowledge of the language and gain more confidence at speaking it.