The game is on. Literally.
We are done with introductions and registration procedures.
Now is material, material, material.
In both classes (chemistry and biology) the pace is about the same. One book chapter a week.
So far I feel way more comfortable with chemistry. I guess it’s because I studied chemistry on my own earlier this year.
I’m surprised to find the lectures quite boring. The teachers talk on and on and read their own slides. It’s very passive and I don’t learn well that way. It’s like going to the cinema to watch a slow movie. At some point, I disconnect. And when my imagination sends me back to reality, I don’t know a thing about what’s going on.
So I am not sure if I’m going to attend classes that often from now on.
However, there are group classes that I must attend in order to be qualified to take the exam in December. Some of them are also really boring, but that’s just the way it is.
It has been quite a challenge to manage to study and working night at the same time. But I must be strong and keep on going.
I have met some people who are taking a year to prepare themselves for a degree. Some of them want to study medicine abroad, just like me. I haven’t met anyone who would like to study in Budapest though.
Registering in these courses has opened a lot of possibilities, I reckon.
Let’s hope for the best!