Since I really enjoy watching all kinds of tag videos on YouTube, and reading tag posts on blogs I figured I might as well give this one a go; The University Tag (which I found here)!!!
- Where do you study?
I’m a student at the Estonian University of Life Sciences, so I’m studying in Estonia (Tartu to be even more precise)
- What do you study?
I study veterinary medicine 🙂
- What year are you in?
Just finished my third year (halfway done, yay!)
- Do you live at home or at uni?
Well this is a tricky one. I consider homehome to be in Finland, so since I live in Estonia I don’t technically live at home. However, I no longer live at the university dormitory, and I’ve made our rental apartment feel very much like home, so in a way I live at home, but still at uni, at the same time. Very confusing, but also very self-explanatory.
- How old are you?
I am 22 years old, 23 at the end of summer.
- What are your 3 uni essentials?
Highlighters, tea, and Netflix.
- What is your favourite meal to cook?
I don’t know!! Depends on many things. I guess tortillas never let me down, so I’ll go with that. I also really like making different kinds of pasta dishes and soups.
- What is the latest you’ve been to the library?
Well, truth be told I don’t study at the library (used to in secondary and upper secondary school, but not anymore)… I prefer to study at home (bed, sofa, floor… need I explain more?)
- Ever pulled an all nighter to finish work?
Yes, but not in uni 😛
- Your favourite university moment so far?
Learning how to draw blood from a dog and doing it well the first time, but feeling a (big!) calf move around during our AI practicals was really cool too 🙂
- One piece of advice for a fresher
Try not to stress too much about grades, future employees want to hire people with great attitudes, different personalities, and people who are willing to learn on he job. They want someone who can bring something new to the team – your biochemistry grade won’t matter to them!
- Something you worried about for no reason
My grades in “useless” subjects (read: biochemistry, toxicology…)
(this is a scheduled post, I am currently on my way to Norwich! check out this post to find out more about my summer plans)