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by bennolan1 Contact
Topic: College life
Views: 63
Healthy Lifestyle during Exams  THE GAME IS ON.Exams! Assignments! Projects! Oh no!Christmas is just around the corner, which means exams are even closer, and it is most definitely not the most wonderful time of the year. It can be very easy to let things run by the way side during exam season. Here are some tips from mentors on how to keep yourself in check for the coming weeks! Make a timetable and study plan…. and stick to it! Fail to prepare, prepare to fail! Planning is usually always a first port of call, but don’t just make a schedule  and toss it aside. A good study plan will make life so much easier in the coming weeks. Don’t over estimate what you can get done in the time frame though, as not reaching your goals along the way make put a damper on your progress! Remember to reward yourself when you reach as target!Take breaks when you can't absorb anymoreDon't be afraid to take a break! It won't kill you, nor will it... read more
by laurengalvin73 Contact
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(On behalf of Mentor Leader Sinead Ruane and her team of Mentors)As a first year, odds are you’re still settling in. It’s a mad year of new beginnings, and it takes quite a while to fully adjust to college life. The following are places you can turn to when things aren’t the best, for whatever reason that may be. Each service outlined, in its own way, is there to support you, to help you with anything you might need help with.First things first: health. It’s frightening how many students have said to me that they’re ignoring blatant health problems because they can’t afford to see a doctor. Though it’s overused, I feel the proverb “your health is your wealth” is greatly underappreciated by students – this in terms of both physical and mental health. In NUI Galway, there are health services in place to make sure students look after themselves, and to offer them counselling and advice on how to do so. A prime example is the... read more