University, there will be a point in time where you may become anxious or constantly thinking that you’re not going to pass modules. You’re not the only one, there are many people with this in their minds, including myself. Here’s a few things to keep you calm and hopefully ‘stress-free’ whilst studying.
Talking to your friends about concerns or worries you have can be therapeutic as they’re the closest people you have to you that know what you’re going through – as most likely they might be going through the same thing.
If you have trouble writing or structuring your essay’s or other pieces of work, the Uniskills work shops can help. They do various appointments including one that covers the academic writing. They’re really useful and definitely an advantage to students.
Throughout your time at University, you’ll most likely be assigned with a peer mentor (like myself). They are there to talk about your course as they will be doing the same or similar course to you, but also, they are there for any worries or concerns you have about University life or just general things. All you have to do is email them, and they’ll be happy to help.
Your personal tutor is also a great person to talk to if you have any concerns or worried. Much like the peer mentor, they will be assigned to you once you start University and will be related to the course you’re studying. You can talk to them about anything – just email them. The only thing is, you’ll have to catch them during their office hours, and each tutor is different.
I hope this has helped!