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Get the three remaining points from my psychology education

As some of you might remember, I changed my university studies from psychology to teachers’ education in the autumn of 2005. The change was fairly rapid and I left some things behind, like a three-point course in social psychology (three points representing three weeks of full-time studies). The course was examined by means of a take-home exam in which we were asked to analyse an autobiography, utilising various theories explored during the course. However, I seriously lacked motivation towards the end of term and I did not pass the course and as I changed to another line of career altogether, I cannot say the motivation increased as time dragged on.

For two years now, I have had the feeling that I ought to do something about this. It looks much better to have 40 points in psychology than to have 37 points and it also annoys me to leave thing behind because I am too lazy. Therefore, about a month ago, I started contacting those in charge in order to see what was necessary to do to get the last three points. After a couple of misunderstandings and two attempts, I am now happy to announce that I have passed the course and that I therefore have completed yet another task on my 101-in-1000 list.

It feels inccredibly good to finally have it over and done with. I am convinced these small things that one feels one ought to do, really weighs rather heavily on the mind (ironically, I have an article about this very subject on my mind right now), and having removed one of these things makes me feel a lot more relaxed. Of course, I still have things I ought to do, but hopefully this is the first step towards clearing more tasks which I have not done yet, merely because I am lazy.

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