Ego is the enemy, it will create stories and excuses to prevent you from doing the things you desire most. It will make you take when you should give, it will make you feel like a victim when you should be grateful and it will make you feel unworthy when you are always enough. Listen to the ego but do not stroke it, acknowledge its presence and change the outcome.
Tips para mejorar como estudiante
Para estudiar mejor necesitas de un estado mental que no sea ni excesivamente relajado ( probable que te duermas ) ni excesivamente activo (si estamos muy nerviosos no seríamos capaces de focalizarnos en una sola tarea). -Duerme entre 7 a 8 horas diarias 😴 ( Para lograr esto hay que tener un hábito de estudio diario y así no tendrás que estudiar todo a última hora y dormir 4-5 horas en semanas de certámenes ) -Intenta comer comida más nutritiva 🥗🥑🍎🥦🥬 ( necesitas la mayor concentración posible a la hora de rendir certámenes y estudiar por lo tanto hay que evitar todos esos alimentos que hacen que el estómago trabaje de más ya que la mayor parte de tu organismo se concentra en el proceso digestivo) -Ejercítate 3 veces a la semana para liberar tensiones 💆🏽♀️ -Ten un buen lugar de estudio y ordénalo después de cada sesión de estudio 📚 -Planificar tu semana ayuda a evitar el estrés 📝 -A la hora de estudiar elimina toda distracción ( yo dejo mi celular en modo avión✈️📲 )
Last days are the best days! Ended Religion with 100!!!! And obviously left the class believing in miracles, because how I managed that is still unbelievable to me. I honestly don’t believe that will ever happen again. 😆😆😆Thank you God! ❄️
For the ladies and gentlemen in the struggle - don’t let anyone hold you back - have a blessed day! 🥰😘💎💸💸💸 Stay focused on killing the game 💛😃 Stay away from negative people and energy - it’s not worth it! #shilpaquotes
36: Here’s the video of me writing the notes I posted yesterday 💛📝🌻
Tbh, I’m regretting enrolling in this advanced class because I’m not enjoying it and failed my exam... but I have another exam in 2 days so wish me luck 🤞🏻
I can finally stop studying embryology! It took about 5 hours to go through each lecture for initial note review, which left no time for actual review and idea synthesis after that 😭
Onto the next exam...
How I Got Into Vet School - My Journey .
Boooy has it been a long one!
Ever since I was little I knew I wanted to be a vet, and I was told from the start of what I had to do (even all the ‘fun’ stuff), which didn’t deter little me.
Not going to lie, I wasn’t the absolute brightest in high school, mainly because I had 0 motivation. I graduated with a generally high OP, but definitely not enough to get into Vet straight out (Vet Science requires OP 1 in Aus, which is the highest you can get)
So I ended up doing a year of Bachelor of Science, majoring in Animal and Veterinary Bioscience. I absolutely do not regret doing this course. It prepared me so much for the life of uni when I did get into Vet, I knew what I was doing (well kinda, still had no clue how to study loool). And, I also got credit for two courses, yayyy me! From what I’ve seen, most people had to do interviews to get into Vet. For us, that’s only been introduced this year. I managed to get a high enough GPA (grade point average) to get into vet!
Started out in Vet really well, I enjoyed it until something happened in 2nd Semester which shook me mentally. And, that’s when I failed a course. So my next year (this year), I did 2nd year split in half. Which was pretty enjoyable. It took me a while to find my feet after it happened, but now I’m super prepared.
Next year is the next half of 2nd year for me. During this time I will be redoing my old notes mainly because the way I done this this sem was ammmmazing. This is also to prepare me for 3rd year so I will be ready for anything!
And that is my journey into and through vet! Let me know down below how your journey is doing 💕
If you are looking for the motivation to study, if you are looking for the motivation to get started, you’re looking in the wrong place. This technique helped me look in the only right place: at the book. Nobody told me this when I was a student and I still use it today to force me to do hard work, so I really hope it will help you get things done.
Here is how it works:
1) Choose a task to be accomplished.
2) Set the pomodoro timer to 25 minutes (you can use any timer)
3) Work on the task until the pomodoro rings
4) Take a short break
You can strive to 2-3 pomodoros per day, but remember only wholly completed pomodoros count.