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How to write better essays
Note: I write this article as a social work student, and this article is probably more suited to social science, humanities and arts students. You know your lecturers really love you when they give you exams and essays as a Christmas present. So, how might we give them equally noteworthy exams and essays to read ...
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Signs You’re in Your Final Year of University
The library has become your second home that you might as well start paying your share of the bills. Talking about the library, your routine is planned to the minutest detail. You have an outfit, a meal plan and even a seat reserved for you in the library. You’re that person now. You’ve learned to ...
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Sport and Mental Health
Sport and mental health go hand in hand. In both good ways, such as the release of endorphins and spending time with like-minded friends having a positive effect on mental health, and in not-so-good ways, when overtraining, obsession and perfectionism come into play. I personally am a bit of a water-baby, having grown up by ...
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