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  • Psychology in the first year and how it may differ from A Levels: assessments

    This is a follow-up from my post about how the undergraduate psychology course is taught. This time we’ll be talking about we are assessed. I’ll be talking about essays, lab reports, group presentations and exams. Again I’ll try to provide...

  • V Team: Beach Clean

      V Team is the university's volunteering society - they organise loads of different events to get people involved with volunteering. As part of the Gold Scholarship Programme, we have to do a minimum of 50 hours volunteering every year,...

  • Education Awards 2018

    Earlier this year, I wrote a post about being an academic representative for my course. This week, I got to attend the Education Awards as a 'thank you' for my work as a rep. The Education Awards is a ceremony...

  • Walking the talk!

    With the Commonwealth Games finishing recently and the athletes returning home from Australia to more normal lives, I thought I’d focus this blog post on sport. In particular, on hockey and its relationship with the wider world and the working...

  • 2 girls, 10 eggs

    Project Work has been super busy the past few weeks! Firstly, following International Women´s Day, there were two weeks full of events for the He for She campaign - a global gender equality campaign. My first event with CECASEM was...

  • Gold Scholars in London

    Right at the start of Semester 1, each Gold Scholar was given a calendar outlining the various events throughout the year. One that caused lots of discussion was the "Away Day" in London scheduled for February... the time has finally...

  • Spring Break

    Currently in absolute denial that we have sat down to write all about our trials and tribulations of MARCH!!!!! How on earth did this happen?!! Only two more posts after this one… so best get on with it! OK so...

  • Methodological skills are the best type of skills!

    For my third blog post I thought I’d focus on the specific methodological research skills that I’ve learnt whilst studying at Bath University and on placement in a government department. Over my first two years at uni I had four...