How my University Study has been helped by my MS
Hi all, so it’s been a while, as I mentioned in my previous post, I was in the USA for about 4 weeks – On what I would say is a trip of a lifetime!
So, as the title of this post might suggest, I’ve just finished another term of University at Central Queensland University. I’m studying a Graduate Diploma of Information Technology and I’m due to finish in about June, 2019. I started in about October of 2018.
So, far I have thoroughly enjoyed my studies; and I’m amazed at what you can achieve when you put your mind to it! I tell you, it’s not easy sometimes when working full-time, being married and trying to live a healthy lifestyle at the same time. But, it could be worse, I could have children, but not just yet.
Though, I must say, one thing I can thank my MS for – which is virtually not even there at the moment is how it has assisted me in my university study.
I can use a computer for my examinations.
I can study my subjects every five weeks for three hours while receiving my treatment!
You see, I’ve found ever since I had my initial lapse, my ability to write with my right hand clearly has never quite returned!
Which is something I miss, because I used to write very well, as I studied journalism and used to write many notes during an interview.
So, I suppose that’s a benefit being able to complete exams electronically, but perhaps one day I will find I can write well with my hands again for extended periods of time. A bonus with examinations on a computer is I can usually finish my examinations quickly, comfortably and quite often I’m in a room by myself, with just my exam supervisor.
The other benefit I’ve found to studying is, instead of just sitting in a hospital bed, sometimes, feeling sad about the three hours going by and not being able to do others things. You see, I’ve since learned, I can actually spend time studying. Which is what I recommend to anyone that is studying and is in and out of hospital.
So, that’s just a few of the thoughts I have for you – If you would like to comment on your experiences below please do!
Another term of university Finished! One more to go.