Monthly Archives: February 2014

Making notes of my notes

There always comes a time when the fun ends and you have to get serious. This is how I see the end of the term. Partying stops, interesting lectures are over, the coursework (if you had any in the first

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Preparing for a mid-term assessment

I used various resources to prepare for the Environmental Risks and Hazards test (February 18th) which makes up 30% of the module grade. I began with looking at the test from last year which our lecturer posted on Study Direct. I

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First Term: Expectations vs. Reality

I’m going to describe my first term at university abroad as a way of expectations vs. reality in certain areas students might find challenging.  First of all, living away from home and settling in. Personally I didn’t find this challenging

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End of first term – reflections

Before arriving at Sussex, the image I had envisaged of the university student Eva three months down the line was me slaving away until the early hours of the morning, frantically scribbling out essays, stooped over my desk every night

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