When I tell people I studied Psychology, their first response is generally “so can you tell what I’m thinking?”. Psychology does not mean I’m a mind reader, it does not mean that I can tell what you’re like just by looking at you, and it does not mean that I’m studying every person that I walk past!
It’s something you will have to do soon if you are joining us in September! It’s the dreading packing up for university.
When you come to university, many say that it’s best to be single so that you can enjoy yourself in your own time with no one to worry about. I don’t totally agree with that.
As someone applying for university, it can be a bit confusing with all the new terminology and ‘jargon’ that people can use. Sometimes it’s a bit like people are talking another language and you’re not quite familiar with it yet!
Uni is a big place, and it can seem even more daunting. But don’t panic – you’re not alone! Going to uni does mean you have to be more independent, but being independent doesn’t mean you’re on your own.
The world is made up of 7 billion people with the power to make or break society, therefore, the most important topic area you could ever study is these people.
The assessment period is officially here and for many students, exams, in particular, are very stressful. So, to try to calm your mind about the stress of exams, here are 7 common myths I’ve heard that just aren’t true!
As a primary teacher, story books are a vital tool to have! They hook children’s imagination, get them intrigued in new topics and sometimes most usefully can fill up some spare time.