I hope to graduate as a doctor in 2018, where I would like to train in
paediatrics or haematology, as I love children and find treating blood cancers
particularly interesting because it affects the whole body, and it is
near-enough impossible to remain a generalist doctor nowadays! I also find
psychiatry very interesting, as this has been an area that has affected me
throughout my life and I would like to make a difference for others.
Once I start working, I would like to live in a nice little house in
Norfolk with lots of animals to keep me busy when I'm not on-call!
I enjoyed the freedom I was given for independent learning,
which has set me up well for university. Whilst some of my university
friends have struggled with organising their work schedules, the structure
Sharnbrook Sixth Form gave me allowed me to allocate my time effectively to
meet deadlines at school and later at university.
Outside academia, Computer science provided me with fantastic sporting
opportunities to develop my talents, giving me the confidence to represent
several clubs at university level and make an additional circle of friends.
I also worked on some PHSEE projects, which were hugely beneficial.