I’ve always been lucky in the sense that I’ve never struggled to organise my work so I thought it could be handy to pass on some of the techniques I used to other students who might struggle.
Lecturers. Instead of wrongly looking at them as cold superiors trying to run away as soon as they hit the last slide, try putting yourself in their shoes.
If you are a future student that doesn’t know much about the available facilities, didn’t get a chance to visit them on open days and would like to know a bit more, or are a current student who’s fearful of the unknown, then this blog post is for you.
Exams are like Marmite: you either hate or love them. I hated them: Invigilators purposely stomped loudly to show their ‘authority’, there was always that kid breathing heavily next to me, and I was in constant fear my phone was going to go off even though I left it at home.
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!
Hello everyone, I presume you are also reading this article while trying not to be…yet already procrastinating, am I right?
Essays to write, exams to prepare for, practicals to rehearse for and if you’re a third-year student who read the procrastination article, you’re still buried in dissertation writing. GET IT DONE!!!
Procrastination. Something we all know very well, even if we don’t like to admit it. There is nothing worse than doing it, but like all the stories that start with “When I was your age, I never… “ I am afraid, this is something everybody always does.