Tuesday, September 02, 2008

The End

Today I finally came to the end of my year of living dangerously. This is the last day of my Neuroscience MSc, and I've just picked up my result from the notice pinned outside the course supervisor's office. This afternoon I travelled over to the Institute with my heart in my mouth, dosing myself with coffee and chocolate at St Pancreas to fortify myself for the shock. It was a Distinction! So I'm pretty happy with that, although I have an innate tendency to think I could always have done better, but in this case, well, I really couldn't. So I'm shocked, as expected - I think any result, distinction, merit, pass or fail, would have shocked me - but a warm glow of happiness is slowly filtering into my consciousness as well.

If only I could do this well at online Euphrat & Tigris....

5 comments:

Iain said...

Well done Peter. Richly deserved. Did you decide on a PhD or not?

Jack said...

Congratulations Peter! That's excellent. Best of luck in whatever you decide to do next.

Cheers,

Jack

Keith S said...

Congratulations Pete. Are you still going to do the juggling in Covent Garden for a couple of months next? or until you win E&T online....

William said...

So what now Peter?

Nick said...

Wahaaaayyyy!!

Well done! Surprised you were in any doubt.....you're a swotty geek so you should get a distinction!!!