I'm not really a party hard kind of girl, but as with anything, the key is organisation and time management. If you do a science course with lots of contact hours, you probably won't have that much to do outside of them anyway, but when you do, you could just work for a couple of hours after dinner or something. For arts courses with fewer contact hours, use your time off during the day to get your work done. That should leave most evenings and weekends relatively free, apart from around coursework deadlines and exams.
you could do what i do get up at about 4 yes 4am do all your school or uni stuff fr me next yeer and en go to uni come home have a napp get ready go out and get so drunk u forget ur tired. wrs fr me (sometimes) lol
why didnt you even put a 'k' in 'wrs'?
lol dunno poor english reely swear im better when im writeing assignments.
party harder than you study. youve only got a few years where it's acceptable to get lashed every night and have as much casual sex as you want. make the most of it.
im pretty good at deluding myself that ive done work even when i havent. I spent that much time thinking about doing it that i think ive done it, feel great, and go out to party. :|
To the OP, to be honest I think the best way is to just not buy a computer. I didnt have one first term, and then when I did get one for the computing projects I had to do I didnt plug it into the internet. It meant when I did work I got it done pretty quickly and efficiently, whereas my roomate would spend a lot more time that me working and would work everyday, but I swear he spent half the time at least on msn or youtube.. You can always use the uni computers to check emil and stuff once a day so, or to write essays on as the aforementioned history student does
what was the difference between covalent and ionic bonding again?
In my hall..it was a case of,
September - December - Party hard, sleep all day, go out 6 nights a week, do no work.
January - Learn whole module in 2 days for exam, repeat.
February - May - same as September to December
April-June - Work like your life depends on it. Usually doing 20 hours revision, sleep for four hours, up again to revise.
Last two weeks of June - Same as Sept - December, except now you have no work to do yeyy.
When I went to uni I thought I would do work everyday and be very organised. The reality was I did whatever coursework pieces I had and not a lot else. So that meant doing an all nighter day before its due in every two weeks or so. Worked for me
I think it might be different for Drama. Ovbs I will want to be out doing a lot of partying etc, but when it come down to the work much of it will be group work and practical work. If one person doesn't do the work it can often let the whole group down, so your much more likely to motivate each other. Rehearsing in itself is very social, and ieven if your working it will feel like being with friends. I just have to be careful not to slip into my old routine about show time and see no one else but the drama folks.