Here you are again. You’ve procrastinated yourself into a massive hole, haven’t you? After all those promises you made yourself, you’re staring down the tracks at a fast approaching week 12 and you can’t seem to make your legs move. You have a few options here, but they all basically boil down into two: Stay under that torn, self-disgust stained blanket and google ice-cream delivery or, Get up and get … Continue reading Oops, I did it again (how to get back on top of your study)
It’s exam time!
[Cue Jaws theme, strobe lights, distant screaming]
What if I told you that stress can be good for you?
With the University transitioning most teaching activities to a virtual delivery, many of you will now find that you’ll be required to study remotely.
Adjusting to studying away from campus can be challenging in different ways for different students, so here are 5 tips to help you have a smooth transition from the classroom to the loungeroom/bedroom/living room.
When was the last time you felt the rush of warm and fuzzy feelings you receive after doing something good for someone else? Well, I challenge you to do something great for your student community. And if you don’t get that rush of good feelings after 30 days… I was going to offer you some money back but who am I kidding. I’m a uni … Continue reading 4 ways you can give back to your student community
Let’s get this out of the way: I am a planning nerd. I love making timetables, charts, and colour coding things. When I enter Officeworks I strut like Tobey McGuire in Spiderman 3. Enjoying this planning business is fortuitous because, for me, it’s totally necessary. Alongside full-time uni, I have three casual jobs, a small army of children and a partner I enjoy spending time … Continue reading Study plans: The Navigator how-to
It’s exam time! [Cue Jaws theme, strobe lights, distant screaming] Stress is the name of the game. Over in engineering they are trying to calculate it, the psych students are plowing into the subconscious trying to connect it to your mother, the humanities crew are arguing it’s just a social construct, while over in the visual arts precincts they’re just splattering paint everywhere and screaming. … Continue reading Stressed for success
Here you are again.
You’ve procrastinated yourself into a massive hole, haven’t you?
After all those promises you made yourself, you’re staring down the tracks at a fast-approaching exam and you can’t seem to make your legs move.
You have a few options here, but they all basically boil down into two:
- Stay under that torn, self-disgust stained blanket and google ice-cream delivery or,
- Get up and get to work.
Obviously, wallowing in your own misery is a seductive option but let’s choose to fight back against your worst self-destructive impulses and get to work, work, work, work, work…
It’s important to know you’re not alone when studying at UON. Find out where you can find help for whatever you’re struggling with. Continue reading Bouncing back from a bad mark: Part B
As awful as it can feel, receiving a bad mark isn’t the end of the world. Follow our steps on how to get over the disappointment and even learn something from the experience. Continue reading Bouncing back from a bad mark: Part A