Q: course of study
Asked by Liu
courses learning process for you, what is more difficult ,in the medical profession Branch especially ?
A: Answer from Student Ambassador Gracia
Answered on 1 Mar 2012 by Gracia
There is not an easy subject at university particularly if you are taking a science degree. For me personally I did find Chemistry, Biochemistry and Genetics very challenging. It required hard work, determination and organisation skills. One of the biggest mistakes I made during the first year was spending too much time studying subjects I found difficult and neglected the others. This technique affected my grades on subjects that I could have scored higher marks on. I learned that I had to spread an equal time table for each module to cover all the topics. By doing this it allows me now to have great marks on subjects that I understand better and for those I find challenging to do my best.
Course: BSc Biomedical Science
Level: Third Year
Hometown: South Norwood
Other information: I came to Kingston straight from 6th form. I spent my early childhood in Congo (DRC) and came to England when I was 15. I speak three languages: English, French and Lingala. I have undertaken placements in a disabled care home and at Guy's and St Thomas' hospital. I am part of the Boxing club at University. I am a Kingston University student ambassador and a Compact student. I chose Kingston because... of the support and help and the Compact scheme available to care-lea...