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Author Topic: Are you practising your bioscience discipline or Not? Share your stories here  (Read 2461 times)
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Francis Umeoguaju
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« on: February 22, 2012, 08:03:25 am »


I remember those days when we I was in university,  the struggles to pass exams, the assignments, the lectures, the overnight studies, the stress and so on, as if everything in life depends on the outcome of my studies.  My opinion about this whole schooling is now changing.  More than half my course-mates and graduand- sets have left the bio-science discipline for other areas. Had all the struggles, learning and experiences been in vain? I don't think so. I believe they all contribute somehow in equipping us to face the real life challenges. The seemingly impossible tasks of going through several course works within a short period, tries to simulate challenges in the real world. I now understand education to be a kind of "simulator of the real life challenges" that also offers a "demo" evaluatory system that evaluates how one manages the challenges.

So are you currently practicing the course you spent 4-5years studing in the university? If yes, how has your trainings aided your current practice? If No, what are your reasons. Lets hear from you!
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