So, it’s finally that time. Your final year of university. You’re on the home stretch and the end is in sight. Only, you have your dissertation to think about first. Loads of research, thousands of words and many late nights in Pierson or the Hive are on the horizon. But it doesn’t have to be a negative, stressful experience. Here are a few tips on how to cope with dissertation stress and the workload as the deadline approaches!
University – undoubtedly the most stressful, vulnerable, but most rewarding experience in your life. With emerging technology and assignments making us exhausted, individuals.
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!!!
Your revision is complete, your textbooks are down and you just have to wait until you’re given the signal to open your exam paper. But what is best to do in the final 24 hours before your exam?
By the number of people moving in the Peirson building and the Hive, it seems like most of us are facing the dreaded reality: assignments are near! And as a third year, you might think I’m used to it.