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19 June 2017

This week I want to share with you an average week on placement, to try and demonstrate how to keep a uni-life balance. I am currently placed in the community, to meet the number of hours you need to complete four short days (8am – 4pm) per week. Read more…

19 June 2017

Whoever said that university was easier than A-Levels is certainly correct. You get to focus on one subject rather than stressing out whether you’ve managed your time equally between each subject (sorry Chemistry A-Level, I liked French better). Read more…

6 June 2017

For many of you, placement will come as a huge opportunity with a mixture of feelings. Through this blog I hope I can address some of the worries and concerns you might have before starting life on the road. Read more…

6 June 2017

Midwifery is renowned for being one of the toughest degrees. The following are just a few suggestions for when times get tough. Read more…

5 June 2017

Flick through your healthcare student-dominated Twitter feed and you’ll see many tweets of worry about impending OSCE exams complete with the clichéd ‘I’m definitely going to fail this’ attitude (I admit to tweeting ‘I can’t wait to fail those’!). OSCEs don’t have to be scary, and this is why... Read more…

31 May 2017

If you’re coming to ARU, you’re probably wondering how exactly you can write a great essay to get those top marks. Here's my advice on writing a great essay for English Literature. Read more…

31 May 2017

We’re always told as English students to plan our essays before we start writing, especially in exam situations. But what exactly does planning mean? Read more…

18 May 2017

I love being outdoors. It feels fresh, energising and invigorating. Imagine what you feel like when you have been holed up indoors for days. Read more…

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