Last One Done!
So, my last ever exam was last week – and when I say last ever, I think I really do mean it; if there are any more coming up nobody’s told me about them! This means that, presuming I manage to pass all my modules, I have finished my degree.
It honestly doesn’t quite feel right. I woke up this morning with absolutely nothing that I had to do, and it’s been a very long time since I could last say that! I keep looking over my shoulder for the assignment or revision it feels like I’m procrastinating. I don’t start work until September, so it looks like I’m going to need some plans!
So, what am I going to do with myself for the next few weeks? Well, once I’ve properly recovered I’m planning to pop down for a bit to see the family. I stayed on campus over Easter, so it’s been about 5 months since I was last home and I’m quite looking forward to it – there’s nothing quite like your own bed! I also want to see as much of I can of people before we all go our separate ways, and judging by the number of facebook event invites floating around I’m not the only one! There’s also plenty of society events happening, so I don’t think I’ll get too bored. I’m really looking forward to my last Warwick Labour Red Tie Dinner – it’s traditional for leavers to give a speech, though, so I should start coming up with something!
I was planning to write this post up as a big list of amazing things I’ve done over my degree, but I honestly can’t write that one just yet – it’s still way too close! This time two days ago I was trying to cram as much of my notes into my head as possible, and I’m slightly worried that it’s all drifting back out again. I couldn’t have asked for a nicer one to finish on, though – the module was Design for Sustainability (ES4A8), obviously a very relevant topic right now. The module covers the method and philosophies behind sustainable design, and to that end we had questions on the right-to-repair movement, electric vehicles and biofuels, which was pretty much what I was expecting. I really feel like I gave it my best, so now it’s in the hands of the markers. Let’s hope they agree!
Until next time!