Tricky time of year for us lot!
THIS time of the year is always a tricky one for students. It s a time when money is at it s tightest as we wait (im)patiently for our last instalment of student loan for the year, semester A results are out, and with it comes the inevitable relief, disa
THIS time of the year is always a tricky one for students.
It's a time when money is at it's tightest as we wait (im)patiently for our last instalment of student loan for the year, semester A results are out, and with it comes the inevitable relief, disappointment, shock, joy etc and semester B is well underway and that means only one thing - deadlines, deadlines, deadlines!
For me, February was a hectic month. As well as studying, I visited the WHT, Channel 4 News and The Guardian for work experience; I interviewed the guitarist from one of my favourite bands, Sikth, my fiancé and I found a house to live in next year, I was taken to Madrid for a romantic weekend break, and celebrated my 22nd birthday!
March is shaping up to be just as busy, but with coursework instead of city breaks, sadly.
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On the plus side my exam results for semester A were pretty good so hopefully I won't get quite so panicky about failing the year!
Plus, I'm going to try a new, experimental way of working - I call it 'not leaving it to the last minute'.
- 1 The changing nature of Potters Bar high street
- 2 Man drowns in Stanborough Lakes
- 3 Standon Calling called off after heavy rain and lightning risk
- 4 What are the outstanding schools in Hertfordshire?
- 5 Football fanatic honoured with FA award for services to grassroots game
- 6 'A day none of us will forget' - Princess Anne visits Lister Hospital
- 7 New Sexy Beasts dating show for Netflix filmed in Hertfordshire
- 8 7 top tourist attractions to visit in Hertfordshire during the summer holidays
- 9 Grant Shapps 'completely opposed' to closure of QEII Urgent Care Centre at night
- 10 Unanimous vote to close overnight service at Welwyn Garden City Urgent Care Centre
It's a completely new approach for me so, fingers crossed, let's hope it works!