Some of you may know, I’m half way through my 3rd year studying Forensic Psychobiology. A few weeks ago, I had to decide what my 4th year project was going to be based on, a project that involves me designing and running my own experiment in order to produce the results in a 10,000 word report. So it was a pretty big decision.
After a few weeks of no sleep and tonnes of stress, I finally decided what I’m doing my project on…psychopathic traits and lie detection. Guys…I’m excited!
Cannot believe I am at this stage already. Genuinely feels like a few months ago that I moved from Glasgow to Dundee, worrying that I’ll do shite at university because it had been years since I’d done any form of studying. But, here I am, two and a half years later, with two years passed with distinction and another year looking just as promising. In a few months time, I’ll FINALLY have a degree (I know I’m only 25 [soon to be] but I feel old in comparison to my class as I’m in the top 3 of the oldest classmates, wah). I’ll only have an honors year to go before I move home and (maybe/hopefully) start a masters in Forensic Psychology. People say time flies when you’re having fun but it turns out it flies in regardless.