Time flies like the wind; fruit flies like a banana.
It’s almost May! Here’s where you should be at. And if you’renot, it’s time for drastic action. Or a training montage.
Haveyour related texts
The last thing you want is to be scrabbling around for these atthe last minute. Get them sorted, and get them firmly in your memory so you canrefer to them without having to strain your brain. Here’s someadvice on finding quality related texts.
Have aformula/cheat sheet for each topic in each class
Well, the ones you’ve covered so far, anyway. Look online for examplesthat other people have made, and ask the other humans around you what they’reusing. Sharing resources is caring… resources. (Sorry, we need to work on ourcatchy rhymes.)
Have astudy schedule that works best for you
By now, you should’ve experimented with a few differentschedules and figured out the one that’s working best for you. Now’s a goodtime to revisit that (*cough* start that *cough*) and formalise it. Which meansfilling out a weekly calendar of where/when you study certain subjects andtopics.
Yeah, it’s a bit of work to fill out the applications and sendthem in, but we’re here to help with all the boring admin parts. Plus… youmight get free money to study!
Have anidea of what you’d like to study at uni
Don’t feel like you have to lock everything in right now, but it’suseful to have a goal in mind. Checkout our Subject Finder app if you’re feeling a bit clueless about thefuture… or just want to know what would suit you.
Haveyour notes organised
Is everything in a big messy pile? Are you pretending that youhave a system which nobody else would understand, and would be utterly ruinedif you tidied your room? We see you. Getorganised! Separate folders, post-it notes, a system that you could teachsomeone else.
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