yeah i had one for college. They are quite expensive, n i need to budget! lol The version thats split into sections doesnt look big enough-paper wise, not much paper per section(Original post by Lawboy1985)
What about the Pukka Pads? I find them excellent alternatives, though they can be a bit expensive.
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- 15-09-2006 20:37
- 15-09-2006 22:05
Second one took me to - P6 in two hours!
Third one took me to - exceptional grades in foundation/intermediate
I don't know if anyone has said that already...because there is a LOT of pages, and i didn't want to go through them all...but i thought i'd say incase no one had
- 15-09-2006 22:15
Here you go:
What should we expect from our first week?
Useful things to take to uni
- 15-09-2006 22:19
Thank you the links were just a little out!
- 15-09-2006 22:27
Big tip for people:
On the first day, get a door wedge and a packet of biscuits. Prop open your door and you shall recieve visitors, i.e. your neighbours. Give them a biscuit each. It breaks the ice and means that you know people straight away.
- 15-09-2006 23:15
(Original post by lucidia)
- 16-09-2006 02:40
yeah i had one for college. They are quite expensive, n i need to budget! lol The version thats split into sections doesnt look big enough-paper wise, not much paper per section
- 16-09-2006 12:34
I used one notebook per semester But I'm a drama student, so not so much theory!
Links to threads went haywire in the upgrade and this is an old thread.
Re insurance - check you're not covered by your parents.
- 16-09-2006 13:47
I've got nice colour-co-ordinated ring binders for each paper I've done.
Problem is I've now run out of colours, having had yellow, blue, red, green and orange. So I'm on more obscure colours like purple and turquoise for next year. I've challenged myself not to have to repeat a colour.