Hey Aspect, is there anything I need to do to prepare for my dissertation? Hope: All dissertations are different, some are essay-based and some have to have research included. If your dissertation is essay-based then try and read a lot of literature beforehand. Your are going … [Read more...] about Dear Aspect: Writing Your Dissertation Edition
Us students can be hooked on our phones at the best of times, and we do get a bad reputation for it. Who's to say there aren't some fantastic uses though? What if I said I had 15 apps that could improve all different aspects of student life? Being hooked on your phone wouldn't be … [Read more...] about 15 Apps Every Student Needs
My name is Darinka, I am the founder of To-Dari List and have a Studygram account by the same name. I give study tips and advice on maintaining mental health, in order to help students all around the world live up to their full potential. In this article, I will walk you through … [Read more...] about 14 Healthy Habits for Students
Memorisation is exactly how it sounds, it is using various methods to memorise something better; know something off by heart. Everyone studies in different ways and memorisation is one of the key ways to revise. While memory may be undermined these days as everyone can easily use … [Read more...] about What is Memorisation and How to Master it?
It's in the early months of your first year at university when you start planning your second-year house. Now to me, this has always seemed far too soon, but it's just how the property/renting market works. You make decisions on who you'll live with, where you'll live and the … [Read more...] about The Student Guide to an Organised Student-House
I can still remember the sheer and utter dread I felt in the deepest pits of my stomach during the weeks before enrolling on my nursing degree. Am I ready? Am I smart enough? Will I make friends? Can I handle it? Questions I’m sure we all ask ourselves. Slap a global pandemic on … [Read more...] about Tips for Upcoming Student Nurses
I cannot overstate the importance of starting to become financially self-independent. Managing time for self-care is as important as taking care of someone you love. Spending money is not OK either. Self-care could include taking care of the budget, expenses, and cash … [Read more...] about 5 Student-friendly Financial Tips
Candidates are often so focused on themselves that they forget to do proper research into the organisation they are applying to. Many candidates think reading the 'About' page of the organisation's website the night before and memorising random facts like the year it was founded … [Read more...] about 5 Ways You can (and should) Research a Company Before Your Interview
Dyscalculia is often mistakenly labelled as maths dyslexia, however, the term is defined as a condition that involves severe difficulties with mathematics. Both conditions create a learning barrier surrounding maths, but dyscalculia goes beyond the struggles that dyslexia … [Read more...] about Dyscalculia vs Maths Dyslexia
In the current climate, it is only natural to examine your career plans under a new light — even if you hadn’t conscientiously engaged with career planning before. The concept of career planning is sometimes misunderstood. Although finding fulfilling paid work is a substantial … [Read more...] about What does Success look like to you?
For anyone starting their 2nd year of University - in the new academic year - I had a few pieces of advice I wanted to share with you as you embark on the next stage of your degree. Looking back now there were some things I wish I’d known before starting my 2nd year … [Read more...] about Tips for 2nd-year University Students
Taking study breaks throughout the day is essential to the way you revise and learn. Your brain can only concentrate for a certain amount of time, so eventually you will lose concentration and switch off which makes your work pointless. A study breaks gives your mind the chance … [Read more...] about How to use Your Study Break Efficiently