Originally Posted by JoPova
It's not really a pain, I can't really explain it. It's like weird feeling I have at times when I'm standing up for a while. It's not pleasant, but it doesn't hurt!
In six days I'll be sitting down in a class taking statistics
I still don't know the results of the other one, but it went fine, so I'm not too concerned about it
What about you? Free at last or still studying?
that's how it started for me
six days... Oh good luck, you will ace it
good to now then !
I am free, but I have so many things to do.
Scholarships and location dossiers started this week and end on the 30th April.
Basically I need to get it, to fill in it, and to send it to my current academy which will send it to the different academies I've asked for.
Basically, it has never been too tough for me as it's easy to ask a college at the first year, then they keep you till the end of the degree.. so 3 years (bachelor degree).
I only have 5 possibilities to ask for a student building in some city
Like #1 Paris - Address 1 #2 Paris - Address 2 #3 Lyon Address 1 #4 Lyon Address 2 #5 Marseille Address 1
no more possibilities !
and the thing is that well, a master degree is :
- hard to obtain, especially your #1 wish
- you need to ask a looot of master degrees just in case, and I am still confused about what I wanna do
- if I am refused in these 5 propositions but accepted to a master degree in Paris/Lyon whatever, where the fuck will I go? I won't be able to be in a student building as it's the only way to get in it. I will have to hunt an apartment, not too small (because I am planning on living in Paris next year for good) nor too expensive (because well still not working to make a living...)
- the soonest you ask the most likely you will be accepted so it means i need to already decide on a life importance decision, i mean this will determine my future job and career !
Also, I made a deal with my professor (who is quite nice
) : he writes me a good letter for my master degree admission, I attend all of his modules (ofc) and lectures (not even mandatory
) and score great grades at his classes.