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July 2010

Holidays are great. Just great. Exams are over, and there’s the feeling that you did well; that you surely will pass. There might be a bit of extra money earning, but generally it’s a relaxing time. And then the results for our courses roll around. You’re worried, but not too anxious. Exams went well, right?

At the very least, you were definitely there. You were there. You attended the exams. You sat down in a big hall with a lot of other people. There were papers and questions involved. There was the smell of ink and anticipation. You wrote for two or three hours straight and walked out with a weight off your shoulders. The day is still clear in your mind.

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Hello everyone! I am currently undertaking an Honours degree in the School of Biological Sciences. This is my first blog post - Honours is full of firsts! The months have flown past. There's always something to do and never a dull moment. Occasionally I'm quite stressed, but more often I'm completely immersed in the thrill of research! Being able to control your own research direction and all that entails (trouble-shooting any problems, trying out novel techniques, forgetting to incubate a certain culture because you stayed up late to watch the Netherlands upset Brazil) is extremeley fulfilling and (dare I say it) invigorating. During my undergraduate years I didn't think I'd be able to do it, but my project is relevant to so many little things I studied during my first three years at uni that I find myself able to tackle most challenges I come across, step-by-step. Plus I have fantastic supervisors that give much-appreciated advice, continual encouragement, and a generous amount of freedom.

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