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Meet the Experimental Psychology Students
These pages will introduce you to a group of Pembroke psychologists, who will tell you more about their experiences here in College and on the Oxford course.
"The most important thing I have learned during my time at Pembroke is that the friends you will make will be there watching out for you, and the work you put in is what you get out of your degree."
"I was surprised that people here are just like at home in many ways – there is not one type of ‘Oxford’ person. No matter what you like and who you are you will find like-minded people here."
"I always expected college to be a friendly and inclusive place but my experience of Pembroke has been beyond expectation."
"Read around your subject; if there’s something you find interesting find out more about it!"
"I think I’ve learnt more about how I learn best, and when it’s time to go to bed and carry on in the morning. Also, breaks are important!"
"The people weren’t as scary as I’d thought!"
"One of the highlights of my week was the 'Psychology Lunch' we held at Pembroke every Friday, which helped to bring together Psychology students from all years."