The change from first to third year is drastic. The once bright eyed and bushy tailed fresher is beaten down by academia. Emerging a tired and resentful almost-grad. You’re bound to change throughout university. And one of these changes is your revision methods. Read on to find out how you’ve evolved over the years.
Your revision prep:
First year: Most freshers don’t intensely prepare for their exams. Instead, they organise group study sessions that turn swiftly into afternoon drinking. It’s a good job most first year grades don’t count.
Third year: No matter how much a third year tries, they’re never on top of their work. Stress and avoidance behaviour are second nature. And multiple all-nighters are the only way to survive.