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- Student Stories
What did you do before coming to Pembroke?
I took English Literature, Maths, Biology and Psychology.
What degree are you currently doing, and what stage are you at in your degree?
I’ve just finished my first year of EP.
What is the biggest/most important thing that you have learned during your time at Pembroke?
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!
What would you like to do when you finish your degree? Or, if you already have something in place, please describe it!
I’d like to go into medicine, maybe after spending some time doing research.
What has been the highlight of your time at Pembroke / Oxford?
Lots of things - the Pembroke ball was fun, and celebrating the end of Prelims!
Was there anything that surprised you about Pembroke / Oxford in your first year here?
The people weren’t as scary as I’d thought!
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