So again, I keep saying that I was gonna post here more often, but I haven't again had time to do so, I have been surprisingly busy (Well by my standards).
I have been taking care of my friends brother who I get on well with and has kept me pretty busy recently, and between meeting up with a few friends here and there I somewhat lost track of time.
I got my results for my A levels a few days ago and am only just coming to terms with the fruits of my labor having gotten into the university I had chosen. This of course is not a bad thing by any length but, is something that I have been finding both an exciting and terrifying prospect. I have been away for two weeks at most and so this will definitely be an experience. I'm determined but also a little nervous, I know I mentioned this in a post before but now its more immediate, I'm not asking for a step by step guide or anything but if anyone has any advice feel free to comment. (This is kinda a post and a question I suppose)
Well done on your results - from an article I saw in papers today you have done well - was saying that the general level has fallen and a lot of people aren't managing to make their first choice.
Quite natural to feel apprehensive about the prospect of university - end of school is a time of big change and adjusting to change is a process that you just have to go through at your own pace. Important thing is to be patient.
The general change cycle is: shock, anger, acceptance and enthusiasm ... but it often loops so just be gentle with yourself and give yourself time to adjust.
Thank you for commenting Gambit , I have heard similar things, I am greatful that I was able to get what I did, but I am nervous about the prospect of it. I've been busy going through the things that need to be organized and didn't have time to check on here.
I know everyone is going to be in the same sort of situation on arrival but it doesn't seem to help much. I mean I'm really looking forward to it but at the same time I'm also a little scared. suppose that's to be expected though.