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Productive procrastination

The title does sound a little self-contradictory, but it really isn’t! Our general understanding of procrastination is probably lazing around, chatting to friends, scrolling through Facebook or binge watching a Netflix series. Actually...

5 things we all do to procrastinate

by Loren Howarth Procrastination is any uni students worst enemy, day after day you say you will start the assignment soon enough. But how do you spend that time instead? Here are the many other appropriate options which we are all guilty of…...

Stages of leaving assignments to the last minute

We all have those moments of leaving assignments to the last minute because they slowly creep up on us when really, we just forgot about them. I’m the same and old habits are hard to change. So, here are my top shameful but truthful stages of...

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Seven ways to study more effectively

As uni students, our lives are full of deadlines. Assignment deadlines, exam deadlines, census date deadlines. When you’re studying, remembering what you’ve learnt in order to effectively meet these deadlines means fitting study into your...

A (Mostly) Guilt Free Way of Substituting TV for Study

As uni students, we’re no strangers to procrastination. As due dates and exam season loom large over us, our natural instinct isn’t to study harder or revise our notes, our first course of action is to postpone our work until the last...

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