Tag: exams

Posted by Sunera on April 16, 2014

As I get home from writing my first final exam, I am welcomed with a mound of textbooks staring at me. Yes, it is that time of the year when most students are thinking what to do with their textbooks. ...
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Posted by Megan on March 17, 2014

Hi readers! Today I’m back with a new Survival Tips post on Time Management. Time Management is easily one of the harder components of being a student, something that generally first becomes not ...
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Posted by Megan on March 5, 2014

Hello readers, It’s been a while since I’ve done a Getting Involved post. I’ve previously covered an Exam Prep workshop, a Music @ Midday event, as well as two different art exhibiti ...
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Posted by Sunera on February 3, 2014

Quit With the Quintessential Performance Would You? All jokes aside, in the pursuit of being the quintessential student I actually attempted the polyphasic sleep pattern but it is absolutely unpractic ...
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Posted by Sunera on January 27, 2014

I picked up a copy of the Excalibur the other day, and came across a very interesting article. If you feel like there are not enough hours in a day then try this out; the article suggested… poly ...
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Posted by Sunera on December 16, 2013

I always say that comfort zones are dangerous but when it comes to studying, you definitely want to find your favourite comfort zone on campus aka your favourite study spot. It can take a while till y ...
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Posted by Kira on December 5, 2013

Exams are one of the many staples of student life. In university, exams are generally worth more, and are harder than exams were in high school. So how do successful students cope? They keep their str ...
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Posted by Sunera on December 2, 2013

What’s with the kale addiction anyway? As you may have noticed in my last blog post, my green smoothies mainly consist of Kale. I have been advised by my doctor that I suffer from low iron, so aside ...
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Posted by Sunera on November 27, 2013

Fresh Man 15–refers to an amount of weight a University Freshman gains, and drops in grades from high school. It is easy to understand why… trying to keep up with studies, employment, family, ...
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