That anatomy though

OK, I passed my communication essay and my exams for Module 1 of my 1st Year in Nursing! Now I need to focus on the exams of Module 2 which are also my final exams for the year. These include OSCE (Objective Structured Clinical Examination), Calculations of medications, Assessment of practice and my Portfolio. I’m glad I’ve made it all the way here but I’m also terrified that it will become more intense and challenging from now on. Even though in my first year I don’t have an exam in Anatomy we already need to study and prepare for the anatomy exam which will be at the end of my 2nd year.


Studying Anatomy is not for the faint-hearted. One thing that I find difficult is keeping myself motivated to study it mostly because of all the information that we have to comprehend. It’s just too much! It gives you a sense of pride to have the knowledge of how things work but it can also be terrifying to learn about what can go wrong in your body and all the terrible diseases and conditions a human being can develop or be born with.


I really hope I can manage to learn it all and pass my exam next year. Just thinking about it makes me wanna cry. . .  Halp, someone!


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3 Replies to “That anatomy though”

  1. Hi there Georgia. I should really thank you for all those experiences and photos that you share. I ‘m moving to UEA in October as a PhD student, and as a photography hobbyist and as someone who is a bit anxious about what’s ahead, your page is of high value!

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      1. Thank you very much for your reply!
        No suggestions by me, you’re doing a marvellous work with updating the page about all aspects, trust me I’ve read almost everything! Keep it up!
        I wish you all the best with your studies 😀
        You’ll probably see me wandering around the campus during the next academic year, taking photos with my old good trusted DSLR.
        Check my deviantart page when you have the time, cheers!

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