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Hi any tips on ensuring i get full marks in As biology ocr? Also, how do I know if im on track etc, please respond. Thank u. Oh, and do you have any advice that can bump me up from getting D's in mocks to getting full marks, I just need something to believe in, and how hard and consistent I have to work. I read some of your posts, from that I can tell you could really help me .
Hi, sorry for the delay. I'm afraid I'm not the best person to ask in terms of American law. A good point of call would be your Inn of Court, however. They usually have strong links with the various American Bar associations!
no no, I'm heading up to St Andrews. guess I should update my sig. I'm taking it you are? sorry to disappoint! (if that)
That would be so amazing, one of my best friends has just gone to Seattle for his year abroad...I'm so jealous!
I was with my boyfriend before coming to Sheffield (in a long distance relationship), and he moved here shortly after I did. It's awesome living together after like a year and a half of 4 hour train rides!
I loved my first year, I absolutely love my subject and it doesn't feel like hard work. A levels felt likethat, but I think that's because I wasn't too interested in them
Although I do think the exams are harder at uni because there's so much you have to remember (in my case newspapers journalists & theories. I imagine you'll have to learn all sorts of cases ). I haven't had any seminars yet, but apparently they're quite demanding as well...so I think it's more hard work, but more enjoyable so it makes it seem like less hard work. I hope that makes sense, haha xD
..I went over the word limit, oops!
I study journalism Your course sounds very interesting, do you get to have a year abroad with that?
And I don't blame you for the questions, I was exactly the same last year. It's a very exciting time but it's also really horrible in a way because you have no idea what's going to go on
At least you'll have ID though, I saw someone on one of the Sheffield threads who was 17 and worrying about it, I wouldn't want to be in that position!
You do bond quickly with your flatmates, at first it was a bit awkward but I think that's normal, and by the 2nd night it was like we'd known each other for ages.
After those few weeks I didn't get on with my flatmates at all bar 2, they were immature and horrible to me, they would drink pretty much all day (seriously, they never went to lectures), & would be so loud and annoying, even during exam time.
I'm definitely closer with people on my course xD I think it's because we have more in common, seeing as we are sharing the same course so they understand the stress. I'm going to be living with my boyfriend this year, which is very different from living with a group of people but just as nice I only talk to those 2 flatmates now, and I think a few of them failed their first year, eeep...
I went out quite a lot during freshers, but it's quite exhausting so I didn't go out *every* night. I went out the for the first 3nights, then I got struck down by the dreaded freshers flu (take some paracetamol, lemsip and stuff because it's likely you'll get a bit of a cold) so I stayed in for about 3 nights and watched films with my flatmates/stayed up all night talking, that kind of thing. Went out for the last few days of it, but came home early & didn't drink because I felt awful, and you don't want to get smashed on the Sunday when you have lectures and stuff for the first time on the Monday.
I got ID'd in the bars that were in Sheffield town centre, in clubs that aren't connected to the uni, which is to be expected. But in the students union I didn't get ID'd too much because it's uni club nights and everyone's from uni anyway.
What are you going to be studying? Not long left now, are you excited?
1st year seminar groups are mixed with all the law courses. And you all have lectures together because you do the same modules. So don't worry there isn't any segregation.
Your degree from Sheffield is a qualifying law degree in England and Wales. The modules you do abroad do not count towards the final degree classification (so whether you get a 1st or a 2:! etc.) Forensic medicine for me was a law module which looked at forensic evidence in court etc. I just used this as an example of the range of things you may get to experience abroad. I'm not clever enough to being doing Med haha!
I am not sure of this post is meaningless because you are going to start a new thread but I will post it anyway :P
I have stuided Othello, Wutherhing Heights, The Country Wife, The Miller's Tale and Enduring Love in detail with my class and I have just been reading extracts to do with different types of love.
See my thread for a start I'll write another part to English tips concentrating on structure soon
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