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So close… Yet so far away.
Two years to go and then I am finally finished with education.
...Not entirely sure why a degree is necessary in the first place, apart from it merely being the social norm.
It’s not like the subject of the degree is going to help me at all in later life, “I’d like a job in English Literature, please”.
We all know, I’m most probably going to end up and an accountant or a travel agent, something mind numbing and vague enough to half-justify employing an English Literature graduate.
Que Sera, Sera. 23 months ago
How I did it: When I started my degree, 4 years seemed like a long time - too long. So, I broke it down. Each term, I studied several modules, then completed exams in those modules - and they were done! I only ever looked to the next set of exams, which were never more than a few months away. I prioritised my degree: I quit my full-time job after a couple of years and took part-time/freelance roles; my marriage broke down 3 years into my 4 year degree - I still prioritised my studies and managed to raise my 2 kids alone at the same time. Completing my degree was one of the most fulfilling experiences of my life! Read how I did it… 2 years ago
And i finished my last four subjects with 4 B’s. Indescribable. Has been a four year battle of doing uni on the weekends and at night while i worked full time. Definitely worth doing – highly recommended :) 2 years ago