Assessment periods can be very stressful, but here’s some of my tips to keep your busy student life on the go without having to feel like you want to make an emergency exist!
As all us students know well the months from October to December can be a squeeze on the bank balance. There’s bonfire night on the 5th November and of course Christmas (only 57 days to go!) but first of all comes the celebration of Halloween.
I don’t think you have to have either an academic life or a social one. I will however admit that this seems to be the case most of the time. Students find themselves either at one end of the spectrum, or the other. So how do you position yourself smack-bang in the middle?
After the initial excitement of getting a place at a uni, it will soon hit you. As your move-in day approaches, that initial excitement can often be replaced by apprehension. All your planning has come down to the day you move out into halls or a house.
With the exception of just a few people that I know, everyone at university will have to make a presentation of some kind during their course.
This year alone I have four presentations!!
So you just started university, you have some money in your pocket – savings, parents being generous, maintanance grant…but how do you make it last? Here are my tips!
So, you’ve got your place at university and you now have to actually get ready to go. The time from mid august when you get your results to mid September when you have to start uni will go SO fast, so don’t put off things that need to be done for ‘another time’.