Freshers 2015 – Helpful Advice (Part Two)

And we’re back! Here is the follow up to Freshers 2015 – Helpful Advice (Part One), this is now part two and the final part to the Freshers 2015 – Helpful Advice. If you haven’t already read part one you can read it here. If you already have read it then let’s recap quickly. In the first part I provided eight answers to eight questions which I’d asked a handful of students from Bishop Grosseteste University in Lincoln spread out across the years. It’s time to continue. Onto question nine. 9. So what is it that makes you wish you could…

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Freshers 2015 – Helpful Advice (Part One)

September 2015 see’s the start of first year for a lot of students attending university. Now before these articles focus on your course and general advice throughout first year, this article is all about the very important week that is Freshers. It’s hardly a mystery or a secret to anyone, it’s an important week in the university calender and if you’re fooled by the usual misconception that it’s a week of drinking, sleeping around and suffering hangovers then you won’t understand why it’s such an important week. This article will outline in detail just why Freshers week is so important…

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Why is university so exciting?

It’s fair to say that September 2015 is fast approaching on us all. It’s slowly creeping back around and for some of us, that means preparing to start back to schools, colleges, sixth forms, jobs and so on. For others, it means starting back to university in our second and third years and for some lucky students, it means starting first year at university. What does that mean? FRESHERS YEAR. However, some of you may be having doubts about going, others may be questioning what they’ll do come September. Is that you? Read on and I’ll tell you just why…

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Suits for graduation

As a student you might be tarnished with the brush of being lazy, scruffy and generally unkempt; however on your graduation day, you’ll want to show off your impeccable style as a parting shot to your tutors and fellow students. Dressing to impress won’t have been a huge issue throughout university, but now that Uni is over, it’s time to smarten up – your graduation is the first step on the ladder to your future career. To a suit buying novice, it can be tough to know what you’re looking for in terms of fashionable styles and personalising your look…

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Ways to deal with disappointing results

University can get stressful at times, and there isn’t anything worse than putting all your effort into your work and then receiving a bad grade. I understand that this can get you down and make you feel like really rubbish but you need to think more positively and use this grade as learning curve.  Here are three ways to deal with an unwanted grade: Look at it as an incentive: Any grade is good, it is still a grade and it is progress.  If it is something you are not happy with then at least you know you can work towards something to achieve…

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