Dyspraxics with university degrees

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isantiso
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Dyspraxics with university degrees

Post by isantiso »

are there any adults out there who have completed a bachelors , masters or PDH degree at university in the field of science, engineering or mathematics?

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I don't know if a bsc(hons) in Catering and nutrition counts?

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I have a masters in Computer Science.

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I have a BSc in Software Engineering and Computer Science if that counts ?

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MEng and PhD in Civil Engineering.

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In 6 months, I will have a BA Hons in Popular Music :)

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I have a BA (Hons) and a postgrad. I am currently working towards being a counsellor.

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Hi! I have a undergraduate degree in mathematical studies and applied maths. I am currently studying for my masters in statistics and operational research. What do you study?

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have a degree in physio therapy

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Degrees in sociology, electronic engineering, and cultural studies. (Anything to avoid a 'real job'!)

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PhD in physics. yey!! even have a job now! :)

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I have a BA (Hons) in English language and communication, gained three years ago from York St John.

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BSc in Health Studies and just about to start another in Child Nursing xx

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Post by ALADDIN »

I have a degree in Mathematics & Computer Science, PGDip in Actuarial Science, Professional qualification in Statistics.

I was undiagnosed with dyspraxia, I was not socially ready for university.

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Degree in Music Composition
M.A. in Computer Audio/Music Technology.

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