Posted by: Ayla Atalar30 JUL 2012
Finally, myfour years of studying has reached the end and I have accomplished what I wasaiming for: to be a pre-registration pharmacist.
I somehowmanaged to get through the MPharm degree, which was something I thought I wouldnever be able to achieve, and had a very memorable and amazing graduation.Graduation was what I needed to finalise the fact that it was the end of an eraand I would no longer be going back to my university, UEA. However I currentlyfeel like I am stuck in limbo until I start my pre-reg year. I am no longer astudent but not yet a pre-reg.
I now haveone week left before I enter the real life world of full time work of 9 to 5.30(how will I manage?) and am faced full of worries; will I be able to mould tothe working lifestyle? Will I be able to learn easily in practice? Will Iremember everything I learned from uni and be able to effectively incorporateit into my pre-reg year? These questions will begin to develop their answers ina week and the thought of this is also exciting. I can't wait to start working in a hospital environment and am honestly eager to start my next level of learning!
So now for the next chapter with a new aim: to be an actual pharmacist.