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.
Social media is often used to record what happens throughout life. Through tweets and Facebook posts, a story can be told and what better way to tell the tale of my time at university.
For most, presentations are a requirement of the course you are studying so there is absolutely no way of avoiding them. I used to find the idea of getting up in front of a group of peers and delivering a short talk extremely daunting, and despite the presentations on my course being pass or fail, I would still get extremely nervous.
Now that the festive holiday period is over, the cold hard reality of life hits again – everyone is back to university, you have your last sessions before the assignment hand-in date and you’re stressed out because you have to also fit in time to study for exams.
So I guess you want to hear about how level 5 is? It’s, logically, a step up compared to last year.
We’re here again – it’s coming up to assignment deadline time. At this time of year everyone’s realising that they can no longer put off those three 3000 word essays and actually need to crack on! The main thing to make sure you survive deadline time is PLANNING! Here are a few tips on staying calm whilst getting all the work done.
Submitting your first assignment is a big deal and can be a lot different to what you’re used to. So here’s an insight on what to expect with some of the thoughts I had when I submitted my first assignment.
In the months after welcome week has closed its doors, students often find themselves wondering what they are supposed to do next. So here are 5 things to keep your eyes out for over the next couple of months.