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MTS Movie Night - posted on 15th Jul 2017 at 6:21 PM
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Theorist
#1001 Old Yesterday at 3:04 PM
Yep, they're both at the same university. I was looking through both the course lists and I can study almost the exact same thing with either one (literally there's only that one small difference with the EEG modules). It doesn't seem like it matters which one I pick. Both are largely clinical, but while I want to be a Clinical Psychologist now, I might not by the end of my degree (to be honest, lately it doesn't feel like I'm 100% dedicated to that future) so surely MSc Psychology would look better if I want to specialise in a different field of psychology? But if I don't and want to go onto the PhD in Clinical Psychology, the MSc Clinical & Health Psychology course would look better on my CV.

~Your friendly neighborhood ginge
Theorist
#1002 Old Yesterday at 9:39 PM Last edited by PANDAQUEEN : Today at 5:35 PM. Reason: Update
Today, I spent pinning envelopes to a physical wall with push pins.

Overall, my right thumb is sore. I have plans to buy more envelopes and push pins to better store dollar bills in there.

Regardless, I was bored and my corkboard wasn't going up anytime soon.

Update:

Decided instead to work on the computer making custom print undies. Days of the Week in Japanese.

Weird as it seems, I just am this cheeky monkey who is practically designing custom clothing. I even found an old book that made the jump to eBook and it was a how-to on designing tops out of regular t-shirts.

I guess for college, I want to go to all kinds of classes and earn numerous certifications.

I may need to declutter my geekosphere.

(Sun) July 23, 2017
Made a conscious decision or two.

1. I'm buying all my console games through the shops provided on the console. If it's a retail only, I would buy in this format. Otherwise, digital all the way, baby!

2. I am buying RECHARGEABLE gift cards to restaurants I frequent. Only makes sense to allot money if you plan to go out.

3. I decided to buy a hard drive for my XBOX 360 S, which I should have done years ago. (Why didn't they put the drive in the unit in the first place? My father would be angry with such terrible quality. He was a program manager for several years.)

http://richinc.boards.net <--- My forum. Currently has a general talk board and a cooking board. Check back for more boards... please don't hurt me.
Alchemist
#1003 Old Yesterday at 9:59 PM
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Originally Posted by Bigsimsfan12
Yep, they're both at the same university. I was looking through both the course lists and I can study almost the exact same thing with either one (literally there's only that one small difference with the EEG modules). It doesn't seem like it matters which one I pick. Both are largely clinical, but while I want to be a Clinical Psychologist now, I might not by the end of my degree (to be honest, lately it doesn't feel like I'm 100% dedicated to that future) so surely MSc Psychology would look better if I want to specialise in a different field of psychology? But if I don't and want to go onto the PhD in Clinical Psychology, the MSc Clinical & Health Psychology course would look better on my CV.


Not that you've asked my advice, but...There are pros and cons to both, of course. The PhD is the ultimate goal and I'm tempted to say just jump right into it. But, if you think the MSc is something that interests you, I would say the impetus to go backwards and get it will largely be gone if you get the terminal degree.

It really is going to depend upon how much energy you want to put into it. And that, my friend, is something only you can answer. For me, what looks good on a cv is important, but it's more important in a world of decreasing job opportunities to have marketability in as many areas as possible.

But, again, what a wonderful dilemma to have!

"Death cannot stop true love; all it can do is delay it for awhile."
Theorist
#1004 Old Today at 8:46 AM Last edited by Bigsimsfan12 : Today at 9:04 AM.
I have to admit, it is quite the nice dilemma. I think I'm leaning towards Clinical Psychology, mostly because that was what I originally chose and then applied for Psychology as a backup.

I'm mildly irritated today. First work puts me on overtime (10am-9pm which is 4 hours overtime), then they change the rota so that I wasn't doing overtime but they didn't tell me!!, so I got a call at 7am asking why I wasn't in work. The good thing is I wasn't in trouble because I told them nobody had told me it changed. The bad thing is because I didn't know they had changed it, they told me to just do the original shift - so I'm back to doing overtime again.
Edit: to add insult to injury, turns out they hadn't changed my shift, I was looking at the wrong week's rota!

~Your friendly neighborhood ginge
Top Secret Researcher
#1005 Old Today at 6:02 PM
I feel completely alone. I really need someone to talk to, even if it's just text online, but I feel so depressed and mentally lost that I don't know what I would even say if I tried to talk to someone.

Every part of me wants to believe there's a darkness we need to feel for the brightest light to be seen and felt inside.
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