A week in the life of an ICSM fresher: Sunday

So much for getting up at 8.30. I slept for about eleven hours and woke up at 11.30 … oops …

Might need to make my alarm louder before my exam on Tuesday. And get all my friends to ring me to make sure I’m up.

Besides that it’s been a really good day (not that sleep wasn’t good … sleep is always very very good 🙂 ) I sort of made up for it this afternoon by getting lots of Society & Health/Epidemiology revision done, so feeling ever so slightly better about the exam on Tuesday.

Met up with Katherine at Snog at 5 for a ‘revision break’…


…which turned out to not be a break, because I couldn’t be bothered to do any more revision when I got back. I was just going to play my guitar for ten minutes – which somehow turned into two hours – no idea how. So instead of Epidemiology I learnt a couple of songs (1,2,3,4 – Feist; and Samson – Regina Spektor). So not completely unproductive, but possibly not much use for my exam. Then spent this evening in the common room doing karaoke 🙂 ♪♫

So that sums up my day and my week. I’ll blog again soon (but possibly not tomorrow – a/ I’m running out of stuff to talk about; and b/ I’ll be frantically cramming epidemiology…)

Wish me luck for Tuesday!

Em xx

3 comments for “A week in the life of an ICSM fresher: Sunday

  1. Thulasi says:

    Hello Em!
    I just wanted to say your blogs are awesome! They give me the much need motivation to push through my Alevels. I hope your epidemiology exam went well!

  1. Emily says:

    Hi Thulasi,
    Thank you 🙂 🙂 🙂 I’m really glad they’re helping to motivate you.
    Epidemiology went okay (as in, I think I’ve got the 40% needed to pass!)
    Good luck with your A-Levels! Are you planning to come to Imperial in the Autumn?
    Em x

  • Thulasi says:

    As long as everything goes to plan then i’m hoping to come to imperial :D.
    Well done with the exam!

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