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    Default Excited and nervous!

    I just applied to study psychology at CSU (distance)! So excited but kinda nervous too! I've just applied to do one of the pre-requisite subjects I need to get into the Grad Dip of Psych in 2014, so its nothing too strenuous.

    Yay, it's taken me AGES to figure out what I want to do and I think I might have finally figured it out lol!

    Just wanted to share because I'm excited
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    Default Re: Excited and nervous!

    Good luck!

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    Good stuff!

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    Good luck!!

    I am also studying Psychology. Although I am in second year of an undergrad degree. I love it, except for statistics

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    Default Excited and nervous!

    That's so great, good luck! I've got 3 semesters left of my psych degree, and I agree - statistics are the work of the devil :P

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    Quote Originally Posted by A's Mummy View Post
    That's so great, good luck! I've got 3 semesters left of my psych degree, and I agree - statistics are the work of the devil :P
    Haha.

    Well done on nearly finishing!

    I am going to tackle it this semester after pulling out previously. It scares me!!! Especially if you want to do honors and have to get no less than a credit . I have never got less than a credit in anything it is just the additional pressure I think.

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    Yeah I'm a little worried about stats! But hoping its not too bad. I have a degree already (in communications) so I just need to do 2 pre-requisite subjects this year, then it's 2yrs part time to get the grad diploma which is the equivalent of a 3yr approved sequence on study. I'm hoping to eventually do a masters if all goes well but one step at a time!!

    Where are you guys studying?

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    Thanks!

    Really you'll be fine, the pressure of getting no less than a credit is tough at times but don't be too hard on yourself. My uni offers extra credit work for honours applicants, yours probably would too.

    Have fun with it!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Cue View Post

    Where are you guys studying?

    I'm doing my BA majoring in criminology and justice

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    Quote Originally Posted by Cue View Post
    Yeah I'm a little worried about stats! But hoping its not too bad. I have a degree already (in communications) so I just need to do 2 pre-requisite subjects this year, then it's 2yrs part time to get the grad diploma which is the equivalent of a 3yr approved sequence on study. I'm hoping to eventually do a masters if all goes well but one step at a time!!

    Where are you guys studying?
    I am doing a Bachelor of Behavioral Science at CDU (externally). Thinking of doing 3 subjects this semester as before I was working as well but I was made redundant.


 

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