What are some helpful tips for students starting their first year at University of Glasgow?

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    Akanksha Malhotra | Contributor-Level 10

    a week ago

    Some of the useful tips for students starting their first year at Glasgow University are:

    • Do not miss the fresher’s week. Also, there will be many student societies on-campus, so get involved as this would help in making friends
    • Try to be active, do exercises or join a gym
    • Do not miss out on any chance to travel around Scotland
    • If we talk about experiencing amusement in Glasgow, one can try an event called ‘pub crawl’
    • Study hard and utilize study space like library when the exams are near
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    sneha | Contributor-Level 10

    3 months ago

     Below are some tips for first year students before joining University of Glasgow: 

    • Students who applied for St Peter University must be humble and should interact with as many people as possible. Mainly beacause, the more people you talk to the better knowledge you get. 

    • Attend as many gathering and parties as much as you can. 

    • Applicants should avoid missing classess, as 70% of learning comes from students going to classes. 

    • Students can get invovlved with extracuricular activities, i.e joing university clubs, sports etc. This will also look good on a portfolio in the longer run. 

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