I am half way through my 7th quarter here at Palmer West, and I have just received the news that I passed part I National Boards!
It feels like the best news I have ever received, if I am going to be honest. Taking boards along with finals last quarter–along with a 100-hour Applied Kinesiology course–was very stressful, and I found it very difficult to manage my time efficiently and not completely pull out ALL my hair. After that experience, I feel like nothing could possibly be harder. So what do I go and do? Get more involved!
I ran for and won Associated Student Government (ASG) Vice President. I am so excited to be going forward knowing that I can accomplish anything that I put my mind to. This next year is going to be full of surprises and difficulties, I am sure. But I welcome the challenges knowing that I will only be bettering myself by helping to prepare for my future.
Hello! My name is Courtenay, and I am almost halfway through my sixth quarter here at Palmer’s West Campus. Man, am I stressed! Midterms are hitting full force, and so is the realization that Part I boards are right around the corner (end of the quarter with finals). Trying to balance school, friends and health can be challenging, especially in times like these. However, the great thing about my class is that we are all in this together, and everyone is so supportive! It makes the endless hours of studying seem not THAT bad.
The deeper I get into the curriculum, the more I get to learn adjustments and the better I get at them–so that is honestly what is getting me through right now. Regardless of how much studying I have to do, exams I have coming up, or the fact I need a nap SO bad doesn’t deter me from practicing my adjusting skills every chance I get. Seven more quarters to go, but who’s counting right?