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    I just emptied out my Alevel psychology folder and it seems I got a bit carried away with post it notes ...

    Can anyone relate ???
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    (Original post by fefssdf)
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    I just emptied out my Alevel psychology folder and it seems I got a bit carried away with post it notes ...

    Can anyone relate ???
    :rofl: looks very pretty and organised, not gonna lie.

    Probably won't be helpful for maths at uni unless you're studying non-maths units along the way. Though you can try to I guess... doesn't really help me on a page full of lecture notes though.
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    :rofl: looks very pretty and organised, not gonna lie.

    Probably won't be helpful for maths at uni unless you're studying non-maths units along the way. Though you can try to I guess... doesn't really help me on a page full of lecture notes though.
    hahah true I might have to just pick some psychology modules in year 2/3 so i have an excuse to get the post it notes out ! but admittedly I did ditch the post it notes in favour of using powerpoint to make notes as then i dont have to use folders
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    (Original post by fefssdf)
    hahah true I might have to just pick some psychology modules in year 2/3 so i have an excuse to get the post it notes out ! but admittedly I did ditch the post it notes in favour of using powerpoint to make notes as then i dont have to use folders
    Do you have the option of doing so?

    Folders are still nice though for keeping track of problem sheets, notes etc.
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    Do you have the option of doing so?

    Folders are still nice though for keeping track of problem sheets, notes etc.
    yep a 1/6 of the modules can be from other departments during year 2/3 and yh i guess I'm gonna have to bring a folder with me so i dont just lose everything -__-
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    (Original post by fefssdf)
    yep a 1/6 of the modules can be from other departments during year 2/3 and yh i guess I'm gonna have to bring a folder with me so i dont just lose everything -__-
    :rofl: yeah, I keep one folder for general admin stuff and then one for each unit (reuse in later years of course :lol:)

    And interesting, we kind of get to do that here I chose 1 CompSci module, 2 teaching modules, 2 econometrics modules, 3 stats modules and 2 decision modules :lol: you may find that you want to study as little maths as possible :lol:
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    :rofl: yeah, I keep one folder for general admin stuff and then one for each unit (reuse in later years of course :lol:)

    And interesting, we kind of get to do that here I chose 1 CompSci module, 2 teaching modules, 2 econometrics modules, 3 stats modules and 2 decision modules :lol: you may find that you want to study as little maths as possible :lol:
    yep I think that is the case already ; i wanna pick education and psychology modules are you going into year 3 now then ?
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    (Original post by fefssdf)
    yep I think that is the case already ; i wanna pick education and psychology modules are you going into year 3 now then ?
    :borat: good idea.

    And in my third year already because it's a placement year and already chosen my final year modules mentally because I'm a nerd like that :lol: :hide:
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    (Original post by SeanFM)
    :borat: good idea.

    And in my third year already because it's a placement year and already chosen my final year modules mentally because I'm a nerd like that :lol: :hide:
    oh i see ok well good luck with everything
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