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First Year vs. Final Year

By Skaur 08 Oct 2018

If you've just started University then you have a lot to look forward to...

First Years:

"First year doesn’t count so I’m okay with just 40%." 

Final Years:

*Suddenly becomes a mathematician and constantly calculates what percentage is needed for each assignment to get a 2:1*  

First Years:

Go to every single Freshers’ event even if you’ve only had 4 hours sleep. 

Final Years:

"Ain’t nobody got time for nights out because those assignments won’t type themselves up. I'll just try to go out at the weekend."

First Years:

Turning up to lectures with your hair done and a well-planned outfit that's clean and fashionable. Ok, Mr. Cool!

Final Years:

*Sniffs the unwashed laundry to see if anything is clean enough to wear*

First Years:

Feeling rich because your student finance has just dropped in your account for the first time.

Final Year:

"My overdraft has become my best friend!" 
 

First Years:

"I can’t wait for first year to be over and summer to begin, even though I've had so much fun this year."

Final Years:

Despite all the hard work required at university you can’t help but feel emotional because it's your last year at UoW.

Try to learn something from this - don't just see your first year as a chance to be lazy and doss around. Make the most of it but try hard too! 

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