Physiology and Anatomy are two subjects that many find difficult to study, not because the material is any more difficult than you would imagine, but simply because of the sheer amount of information there is to study. New students starting these classes often have a difficult time adjusting, as each subject requires quite a lot of “out of class” study.
The area you choose to study in has more of an impact on your study habits than you might think: if the room is too small, you’ll feel more pressured; if it’s a mess, you’ll feel disorganised; if the walls are covered in posters, you’ll be easily distracted; but on the other hand, if the room is too plain, you’ll lack the motivation to really put your head down and work hard.
It’s a space that needs to be well laid out, tidy and above all, well designed.
As a student, I am always looking for new ways to save some money, just some extra cash to add to the study funds! Throughout my further education, I have worked, saved and tried various ways to stay on budget, something that many people find difficult.
Here is how I manage my finances and stick to a strict budget, without deviating… well not by much!
The majority of students will, at some point during their education, find themselves strapped for cash. The problem that we all have is trying to find a job that we can work around classes. Unfortunately, nowadays employers are able to be a bit more picky and students, whose priorities are their classes and out of class studies, are not always their first option. So here are a few ways of earning some extra cash in your free time.