The countdown is over – the Easter break is here! Over Easter, sweets and sugar may seem a lot more tempting than studying. But due to the influx of dissertation and essay deadlines around this time, the Easter period is all the more important to study over. Here are my 9 tips on how to study effectively over Easter.
So it’s nearly exam time and the panic is starting to settle in… how can I possibly revise all of this stuff before my exams?! Breath. It’s going to be okay.
You can have so much fun at University and sometimes it can be easy to forget that you are actually there to get a degree! But, as getting an education is the main reason for being here, it is important to make sure that you are organised, as there are now lots of aspects of your life that you need to balance; learning, essays, part-time jobs, food shopping etc. Here are some tips to make sure you are fully organised at Uni!
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.
Procrastination affects far more activities than studying for your assignments. It spreads like a virus to various aspects of your life, forcing you to get fast-food rather than cook for yourself or to watch the telly instead of sorting out your messy room.
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.
Hello everyone, I presume you are also reading this article while trying not to be…yet already procrastinating, am I right?