Many students enter a degree programme with no clue of what to expect. Some flounder and some survive but what matters most, according to one Law student, is finding your path by the time you graduate from the programme.
By Mabel Tan
If you are an aspiring lawyer, like 20-year-old Zeslene Mao, she has the one piece of advice for you: You really can’t tell how much you’ll like law school until you’re in it.
The NUS Undergraduate (Merit) Scholar initially wanted to major in English Literature but was convinced otherwise by her parents, who thought having a Law degree would be a better option.
Despite her initial apprehensions, the second-year Bachelor of Law student is now having the time of her life in university.