Finished High School, just missing out on a scholarship in Biology by a bare few marks. My subjects for the last year were English, Chemistry, Biology, Physics, Drama, Calculus. I had already done Chemisty, Calculus and English a year ahead, but had to repeat them because of stupid rules.
I had taken Drama since the start of High School, as well as joining the choir two years later along with singing lessons in a group once a wek.
After school I went straight to University, and gained my Batchelor of Science in the minimum 3 years.
I took formal singing lessons from the age of 19 onwards.
Immediatly after this, I headed for my Diploma of Performing Arts, which I most certainly earned. Interestingly enough, for such a hard won piece of paper, I have no idea where it is.
Now I am focussing on teaching myself, having become very disenchanted with the biased atmosphere of an institution.
Also, I have a huge student debt which is keeping me from making up my mind what to study next.
I do love to learn, and for every project I have ever been given, be it a dry article for immunology or a vibrant display on costuming or a role in the theatre, I throw myself into finding out as much as I can on everything to do with the topic at hand.
I often go right off track because I long to know as much as I can.