Tag: time management

Posted by Garima on February 21, 2017

Hello, everyone, happy beginning of Reading Week! As your taking these days to recharge a little bit, I also wanted to give a few tips on how to prepare for what comes after: exams, assignments and la ...
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Posted by Garima on September 27, 2016

I don’t know if this is just me, but the beginning of the school year often seems equivalent to New Year’s Day. The thoughts “This year, I will do things differently”; “This year, I will not ...
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Posted by Garima on June 2, 2016

Commuting: one word, nine letters, and the countless, dreaded hours spent on any form of transportation. In my first year, I was one of those res-staying, meal plan–using, wake-up-10-minutes-before- ...
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Posted by Rebecca on April 7, 2016

Let’s start with the obvious: the university-student life is a hectic one. From juggling four to six courses at a time to working one or more part-time job(s) and incorporating some fun (I mean, ...
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Posted by Rebecca on January 19, 2016

Be a leader, not a follower. Isn’t it interesting how something as large, varied and complex as leadership is routinely watered down to a single line? The problem with the above generalization i ...
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Posted by Megan on September 15, 2014

Time Management is one of the most important skills that you need to have as a university student, but many first years struggle with it. In high school, assignments and class work are usually guided ...
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Posted by Megan on May 29, 2014

Hello everyone! Today’s post is all about some of the common fears that people have entering university – and what YOU can do to tackle them. Let’s kick those fears about university ...
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Posted by Megan on May 22, 2014

We live in a world now that has faster and faster technological advancements and luckily for us most of these advancements are not only quite beneficial but also very accessible. Students in the past ...
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Posted by Megan on March 31, 2014

Hi Readers! This post is dedicated to all the incoming first years and other students that think they will benefit. I scavenged long and hard for these tips (okay, I just asked my friends) so I hope y ...
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