Adapting to University

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Abstract

Life at university will be very different to life at college or school. Increased independence and personal responsibility will mean that a new level of maturity is an absolute necessity. Whether studying, working or just living, you will be in charge of your own destiny.

In this podcast the students highlight some of the main differences between studying at college and university. They talk about the level of maturity required, having to be responsible for your own learning and making sure that you have a good understanding of your subject.

 

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Adapting to University

 

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  • Author(s): Impala4T Project
  • Subject: Adapting to University
  • Grade level: Support
  • Course type: Podcast
  • Language(s):  English
  • Material type(s): mp3
  • Media format(s): mp3
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