Hometown / Country: Newcastle, UK
A Levels: English Language, History, Psychology, Media
Degree: English Language
Stage of Study: Second Year
Interests at Uni: Going to Gigs
My second year of uni was definitely an emotional rollercoaster.
One of the perks of doing an English Language degree is the choice you’re given every year over what modules you do.
As well as all the fun that you expect from student life, university can be really stressful. There are multiple deadlines to keep track of, exams to revise for and presentations to prepare in groups. Sometimes it can all get a bit too much so here are some tips to keep a clear head. To-Do
Exam season is almost upon us and the struggle we know so well of asking “How do I revise?” is back. At uni, another important thing to consider is “WHERE do I revise?” Will I get more done in the library or at home? Obviously it depends on you but here are some things to consider which
There are a lot of questions English Language students have to answer all the time. For example, “Oh so you want to be a teacher then?” and “How can you do an English Language degree and not know what every word means?” So I thought it was time to answer the BIG question – what
If you go to uni near your home town, deciding whether to move out or live at home can be a difficult decision to make. Here are some pros and cons of staying at home to help you decide: Pros: Money – living in student accommodation really drains some people of their money. The cost