Dyspraxics with university degrees

Anything to do with studying at University or college, from classes and coursework to classmates and student life

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ssuma
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Re: Dyspraxics with university degrees

Post by ssuma » Fri Sep 11, 2015 4:11 am

Have a B.SC in Archaeology and Biology...Now working to finish my masters .

Mr_Tom_one
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Re: Dyspraxics with university degrees

Post by Mr_Tom_one » Thu Apr 28, 2016 2:59 pm

I have a BA Hons in Graphic Design, although I've taught myself more than they ever really taught us at university. That's another story though...

skyebison
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Re: Dyspraxics with university degrees

Post by skyebison » Tue Nov 01, 2016 4:26 am

BSc in Biology with a minor in Chemistry. Organic Chem, Calculus, and College Trig were very difficult. A lot of other classes were easy. I didn't know I had dyspraxia in college so I didn't have any sort of help or accommodation.

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