After much deliberation I decided not to attend a ceremony for my degree. It just seemed a little weird when the OU is such a personal, long-distance thing - I've never actually met anyone from the uni in person haha!! But I have my certificate and I can put fancy letters after my name so for all intents and purposes I am an official university graduate!
So I passed my final module with a distinction, meaning I'm able to graduate with a first in International Studies!! Feeling very proud of myself; the long slog has paid off!
Now all I have left to do is accept the qualification, book my graduation ceremony and walk across that stage!
Examination for(hopefully) my final module sat today! Cannot believe it!!! Really hoping I've done enough to get the result I want. Only time will tell, about 6 weeks to agonisingly wait and try and forget it ever happened haha!
It's assignment weekend!
Gone from being so behind just after Christmas to feeling very on top of things and prepared for this one which is good. Can't believe I can count the amount of assignments, tests and exams I have left to do on just one hand - where have the past 4.5 years gone?!
The struggle is so real. The motivation is seriously lacking. But I'm pushing through as best I can. It comes in fits and starts. For days I can be completely not bothered about doing any work. Then I'll have a run of coming in every evening and powering through before returning to the same unconcerned state of the preceding period. But it's getting there, slowly. The end is just about in sight.
Passed my two modules from last year with a distinction and a grade 2 pass! Was so relieved to get those results while I was away. Signed up for my final module now - can't believe I've reached this point!!!