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The ultimate guide to time management

Congrats on getting into uni! Charlie Contributor, Dominic Giuliano, shares the importance of time management for starting uni. It's now up to you to balance your life...

Elevate your academic performance

''Don't let past setbacks make you believe that improvement is out of reach. Embrace your mistakes and welcome constructive feedback with open arms. In the wise words of the Latin phrase, "ancora imparo" – I'm always learning.''

How To Make The Most Out Of Orientation For Session 3

''Turn on that camera during Zoom sessions, and engage with fellow students through the discussion boards. Meet up in person or virtually for a coffee/chat. Studying online doesn’t mean studying alone.'' Charlie contributor Michelle Curry offers...

Stress less! How to time manage this exam period.

''Most importantly, use Notion to your advantage to always be one (or a few) steps ahead of the game and ace uni!'' Bryle Molina delves deep into how he has managed his time during exam periods with Notion.

Top 5 time management tips for mature-age students

Currently studying his Master of Psychological Practice, Dominic Giuliano understands the grind of study versus... well everything else. Here, he shares his top 5 time management tips for mature-aged students.

Pagan’s guide to improving by just 1% each day

Written by Pagan Harrison-Brown 2022 seems to be the year that people decided they wanted and needed to do better. Perhaps it’s because of COVID, TikTok and Instagram Reels are lit up with people ‘having their life together’...

6 tips for building your timetable

When building your timetable, it can be a bit daunting knowing where to start. As a recent graduate of Charles Sturt, I’ve done my fair share of building timetables. Here are some of my top tips for creating your uni timetable. 1. Key Dates:...

Plant Lovers Guide to Increased Studying Prowess

Growing plants has become increasingly popular as a hobby over the last couple of years. Indoor plants were once seen as a status of luxury; a means to impress. Now however they are seen with huge benefits for your wellbeing. Plants are beneficial...

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