This is the 125th post on the blog, with more than 42,500 views in just this year alone! Sometimes, I do get confused myself with all these different blog posts, but most of the time, I managed to find what I need. So here are my tips in terms of navigating around this blog SG Psych Stuff:
- Know what you are looking for. Type in the topic you are searching for in the "Search This Blog" just under the labels.
- The labels are on the right on the main text. Click on them if you are interested in a certain topic from the list.
- If you are more interested in the more popular posts, there is a list of them under "What Others are reading" on the right as well. This list shows the most read posts in the last week.
Did you know that there are some tabs on the top of the page as well?
- If you wish to know more about me and the blog, make sure to click on About this blog. There are some personal posts about me there.
- If you wish to know more about the psychological journey, there are many motivational stories on Reflection Stories, which 100% of them are all true from different people at different stages of the journey.
You may ask me: Where should I start reading? Really depends on which stage of the journey you are at:
- Have you just heard of psychology, and thought of that as a possible study and work area, you will have to read this posts: Should you be taking up Psychology??, Is Psychology useful at all?, Is studying psychology really tough??, and the two most important posts: Pathway for Singapore Psychology Education, and Seriously?? Psychology??
- If you have decided to study psychology, make sure you read the Comparison of Bachelor Degree programs in Singapore (2016 Update) (for degrees) or Specialisations of Diploma programs in Singapore (2016 Update) (for diplomas), as well as the Studying Psychology label to know what you are going into, especially the very first one: So what am I going to study in Psychology? (Diploma/Bachelors).
- For current students doing psychology programs, I would actually advise you to go through the Studying Psychology and Research and Statistics labels. There are some excellent study tips in some of the posts, which will be useful for you as you study for your tests and exams.
- If you are completing or have just completed your Bachelors programs, it might be a good time to consider your postgraduate studies: Comparison of Psychology Postgraduate Degrees in Singapore: 2016 Update. To truly plan for your future, you might also want to read the posts under these labels: To be a psychologist, Qualifications, Registration, and Jobs, which are all related to getting a career to becoming a qualified psychologist.
That's all I have for you for now. Please note that the posts above might have further attached links to other posts which might also be of interest to you!