As the Christmas holiday approaches, most of us are gearing up for a spot of mince pie Olympics, boxset marathons and some well-earned chill time. It’s important for us all to recharge our batteries, so the notion of spending the Christmas break in full-on study mode may seem a little counterproductive.
If you need any assistance when reading this post please note Browsealoud is installed on this site. Click the headphone logo in the top left corner of the screen to launch the assistive toolbar.
If this is your first time at uni’, chances are, your first few weeks were spent acclimatising to your new environment and new life. What no-one probably told you, is that, in those first few weeks, if you don’t pay as much attention to your academic life as you do to your personal, things can get quite difficult further down the line. “Such a lot of the learning is delivered in that first term” says Helen Duncan, Disability Adviser at University of Cambridge “