All future psychology students at Leiden University have to go through a selections procedure. This is because of something called Numerus Fixus, where only a certain amount of students are able to get in. Part of this selection procedure is the selection exam. Eight amazing ibp (international bachelor in psychology) students, from Leiden University talk about their experience with the selection procedure. This video also applies to the Dutch students who want to study psychology at Leiden University (the Dutch Bachelor)!
00:43 Introducing the ibp students
01:51 How did you study for the selection exam?
03:38 Did you think the exam was easier or harder than you expected?
04:35 When did you know you got accepted to Leiden University?
06:15 How did you feel once you knew you got accepted into Leiden University?
07:51 What are your thoughts about having to take a selection exam?
08:53 If you could go back in time, what would you do differently in preparation for your selection exam?
11:08 Do you regret studying abroad during a pandemic?
12:22 What happens once you start studying psychology at Leiden University?
13:35 Last piece of advice for future Leiden University students
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