So you’ve packed your life into boxes and are finally moving in to your brand new university home. We hope you’re prepared to meet a number of *cough* interesting characters while you’re at it. Your first week of university is likely to be a rollercoaster and we guarantee you’re going to meet a whole mixture of new people from all walks of life. You’re going to be spending a lot of time with them and some may well become friends for life, so it’s important to try to get off to a positive start. Here are our ten tips on ways you can get to know your new flatmates, whoever they turn out to be.Share
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It’s a proud day for any parent when their child receives their A-Level results and finds out that they have secured a place on their dream course at university. Your child’s degree is the stepping stone to their future, their gateway to permanent employment, and, most importantly, a life-affirming experience that any hard-working young adult has a right to.Share
Just before you finish for summer, your uni knowledge will be put to the test in a controlled environment. That’s right: we’re talking about exam season. There’s no asking your mates for help, and there’s definitely no flicking to the back of a textbook to find the answers. Because of this, good preparation is the key to getting through the busy exam period.
There are a few things that you can do to make sure you get the grades that you want, and knowing what to do and when to do it will put you in a good position to sail through those tricky months.Share