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15 March 2019

Throughout my three years at ARU studying English Literature, I’ve learned a thing or two. In my first year I got mostly 2:1s and a couple of 2:2s, but in my third and final year I got a first in every single assignment. I’m here to share EXACTLY what to do to get a first every time! Read more…

15 March 2019

I find exams of any kind stressful- that is a fact universally acknowledged. But what on earth do you do when you’ve got no idea what’s going to come up? Read more…

8 February 2019

Commuting can be hard at the best of times; public transport isn’t always reliable, and travelling to and from uni can take up so much time. For me, my trip into uni is a 160 mile round drive, taking up around 4 hours of my day on a good day! Luckily I only have uni twice a week… Read more…

29 January 2019

For many of you January will be one of the most stressful times of your academic year, and we all know why… EXAMS! Never fear, we still have a few weeks until exam season is in full swing. So here are some tips on how to get ready for those long days of studying. Read more…

5 September 2018

Third-year law student Cliona talks wills and probate - and shares a handy hint for getting free, confidential legal advice in Cambridge. Read more…

4 June 2018

I have a disability so when I first started uni, I gave careful thought to things. Here are my tips for other students with disabilities who are preparing to leave home. Read more…

8 May 2018

Choosing a university to go to can be quite an ordeal for some people; I know it was for me. Completing my A levels I was quite a shy, reserved person, and honestly, I wasn’t even sure at this point if university was for me. I was so unsure of myself - never mind what university to go to! Read more…

23 April 2018

Joining a society or sports club is something that every new student at ARU should look into. Joining these communities is a great way to make friends at uni and, though it sounds clichéd, 'grow as a person'. Read more…

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