How to keep some sort of structure in your life during university holidays
Why I don't regret doing another degree before Medicine
One of the hardest parts of adapting to university life is adapting to the new style of teaching and moving to a more independent style of learning. During GCSEs and A-levels, you could pretty much just get away with memorising a text book and learning key words from mark schemes which would always get you the marks. But university isn’t like that, and more importantly, life isn’t like that. Whilst you still get learning objectives, you’re encouraged to read around your subjects and bring in more information from other textbooks, and from journals.