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    How can I even out my study schedule if i’m doing Biomedical Sciences (first year)?
    I’m about a month in since uni began, but i still haven’t gotten into the habit of consistent studying.

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    Tbh I'm in the same position as you. I'm first year forensic psychology and I can't figure out what I'm supposed to do and when. Next week is my reading week so no lectures, which I'm going to use to figure out some kind of rough schedule. Unfortunately my shifts for my job don't get published until about 1-2 weeks in advance, so I can't plan a strict schedule which is what I'd like to do.

    My plan so far is to create a timetable on Word of all the times I'm in lectures or at work and then my free time too, which I'll then add in all the other things I have to do (chores, food shopping, sleeping etc.) and then see what time I have left, and that time will be my study time. I think if I simply know what time I have available to do my studying I'll be more motivated to do it.
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