A complete, unadulterated, unfiltered handbook to university, with all the trimmings.
Have the pre-university jitters got you down? Stressing out about what you need to pack? (hint: a door stop) Still confused about the difference between a tutorial and a seminar? Want to make sure you don't poison yourself the first time you cook?
From dressing as a jellyfish using only bubble-wrap and tape, to setting his microwave on fire with a single piece of toast, Jack Edwards has done it all, and now he's imparting his wisdom on other potential freshers.
Jack will help calm all your worries, arming you with the tools you need to tackle uni and make the most out of the three years. This book will cover everything you need to know before you head off including sections on making lecture notes and understanding the grading system (why are you suddenly so happy when you get 60%?), making friends and finding people to live with, and even how to do laundry and pay bills.
Filled with helpful tips and tricks, real advice and fun anecdotes, this is the perfect book to turn to whenever university feels a tad overwhelming and you just wish you were back home.
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