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Not to brag, but if there is anything I have mastered so far in my high school career, it is the art of annotating poetry and prose for close text analysis. This guide will focus primarily on close-text analysis, but will also touch on a full annotation of a larger piece. Basically, I will be giving you a few different techniques given to me by my English teacher, as well as a few that I have learned on my own! Enjoy!

{ Some of the names are weird because my english teacher is a hilarious person! }

Coondog

What: Basically coondog is all about “sniffing out” motifs and symbols. So for example, when reading a series of poems, if you realize there is a lot of references to the ocean, go through from the beginning with a highlighter and highlight every single reference to the ocean you can find – whether it literally mentions something like “waves” or “fish”, or is far more subtle. Why: Using coondog is extremely helpful, especially as writing about a motif is a great starting point for an essay or paragraph. If you are in the IB program, motifs are awesome for anything from an English extended essay to your unseen oral commentary. Remember, a motif can vary! Some examples of some I have seen commonly are: water, corporeal, animals, time of day, cosmic, textile, etc. My English Teacher came up with the name (I think it comes from one of her crazy life stories haha)

WWWWWH

Who: Who are the characters? What is the point of view? What: What happened in the piece (paraphrase)? Where: What is the setting? How does the setting effect the piece? Why: Why did the author do _______? When: When was the piece written? How: How does the author create the feeling of ________?

Read Aloud Silently

What: This is basically just making sure you hear the piece in your head as you read it. This is extremely important while reading poetry. Why: Reading aloud silently will you help you catch so many things you wouldn’t by just skimming through it. Things like internal rhyme, rhythm, onomatopoeia, tone, consonance/assonance, cacophony/euphony, etc. will all become more obvious. This also ensures that you don’t skim past a line or anything. Even if you hate every single other tip I have given you, just use this one and you will benefit incredibly.

TIPCASTT

Title: Read the title before reading the piece. Is it an allusion? What does it connote? Does it reveal anything about the novel? Irony: Look for irony and humour in the piece. Both are excellent to write about, so keep your brain peeled! Paraphrase: After you finish reading everything, think about what literally happened in the piece. Do this before finding the ‘sub-text’. Connotation: Time for sub-text! What is the piece saying indirectly? As in what is it trying to reveal other than the literal happenings of the work? Ladies and Gentlemen, it is time to read underneath the lines! Atmosphere: Highlight anything that reveals the tone/atmosphere of the piece. Highlight any hints you find that make you think the story is shifting in one way or another. Shift: Find any narrative shifts. This could be anything from a shift in tone, to a shift in point of view, to a shift in the characters feelings. Title: Now that you have examined the piece, look back at the title and think about it’s relevance. Were you right when you looked at it the first time? Or did it reveal a hint about the ending? Theme: Now it’s time to put it all together! What is underneath the piece? What is the author trying to convey? Remember the theme will often be something profound and important!

BE

Beginning & End Never skip your beginning and ending as I personally feel as if they are perhaps the most revealing sections. The beginning will set the tone and mood for the poem, while the end will ultimately reveal the theme. When examining the beginning and end, one way to comprehend what happened in the piece is to map out where it started, and where it finished, and fill out (with quotes) how the narrator/characters got there. This is most helpful with poetry or prose excerpts as novels would have wayyyyy to much going on in the middle.

Feeeeeeelings

Poetry has feelings. Yup. That’s a thing. So, remember, atmosphere and tone are incredibly important. Write down how the poem makes you feel, how the poet might have felt when they were writing it, how the characters/speaker feels about the situation – any feeling word that comes to mind will be significant when you talk about the atmosphere of the overall poem! Plus it will give you a more thorough understanding of the premise :)

Handy Dandy Things to Watch For!

Bored of talking about Simile’s and Alliteration? Here are some other things (often a little more rare) that are almost always relevant when annotating poetry (and a lot of prose as well!) Allusion: I promise you, there is almost always allusion in poetry. Biblical will probably be the most common allusion you see (in Western literature), and it is extremely easy and effective to talk about it. Allusion to mythology is also common, and is often used in order to show the universality (through space and time) of a specific theme. Elevated/Archaic Language: Always keep an eye out for this, it is extremely Parallel Structure/Anaphora: You can never go wrong with parallel structure and anaphora as they will exist often! It doesn’t have to be a perfect parallel structure, it always elevates and intensifies a piece of poetry or prose. Structure: In poetry especially, sentence/stanza structure is extremely significant. Look at the length of each line? Is it short-long-short-long line structure for the first few stanzas and then all of a sudden just a rhyming couplet of two short lines? Mention this! Talk about why this might be. Also keep an eye out for the actual structure of the stanzas on the page! This is not on accident, poets often put thought into the way it will look printed out. Plus, if you are unsure, you can always say “perhaps” to keep yourself save. Remember rhythm, syntax, enjambment, and general structure are your friend!

My Method (close-text, small section) ~ This is how I annotate for unseen timed commentary’s (but it is effective for all annotation!)

Read aloud silently. Write down the general tone/feeling I get from the piece. Read second time focusing on a possible theme. Underline any poignant/interesting/beautiful imagery (as guess what, this is usually the best stuff to talk about in your paper!) Write down a tentative theme and/or thesis (just off of what you get out of the poem the first time around – don’t worry, this isn’t permanent!) Why did you pick that thesis/that theme to work with? Think of 2+ points that support your thesis. Highlight any quotes that support these points. And there you go, a body for your essay is completed. Annotate with more specific notes towards each highlighted section. This is when you think of literary techniques used like simile, alliteration, onomatopoeia, etc.

For a Whole Book / Set of Poems:

As you read the book, highlight any interesting/potentially useful quote. Let’s say you finish reading for the day after an hour. At that point, open a word document (or notebook), and record every quote you have found in different categories (include page numbers!!!!!). Categories could be things like: John Doe’s Character Exposition, Water Motif, Setting & Context, etc. etc. There are a few perks to doing this. First of all, you have all your quotes sorted, chronologically. This means that when looking at something like character development, you have a list of interesting quotes in the order of them happening thus basically creating a skeleton of their character arc! Second of all, having quotes in a large word document makes it far easier to find them! You can use command-F (if on a Mac), and search for a specific word/quote. This way, you don’t find yourself wasting time tracking down one tiny detail for an essay. Another perk is that by recording a few chapters wort of quotes at a time, you won’t be overwhelmed by hundreds of highlight marks throughout your book after you have finished reading. This basically ensures that once you have finished reading, all you have to do is sit down and write! No more spending hours searching for that one perfect quote in a 400 page novel!

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Annotating Effectively

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Hey ^^ do you know any good, shorter, non au fics where the other members just comfort Yoongi when he's having a rough time?...

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Shane Madej ft. Jealousy for science (ノ◕ヮ◕)ノ*:・゚✧

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Jack Nicholson as Jack Torrance in The Shining (1980) Ewan McGregor as Danny Torrance in Doctor Sleep (2019)

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J: “Suga ssi, you look  handsome  today,”
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J: “Suga ssi, you look handsome today,”

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so gorgeous ♡

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Conquering the Why School? Essay  From a student who got into MIT & the Ivy League  I’ve read many Why School? essays. These...

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Conquering the Why School? Essay From a student who got into MIT & the Ivy League I’ve read many Why School? essays. These...

…………………reblog this and say something nice about the person u reblogged it from because there’s too much hate on my dashboard right now and its making me upset so lets start a chain of love

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studying tips *✭˚・゚✧*・゚*✭˚・゚✧*・゚*

alright. so you don’t want to study?? well the heard truth is that you’re going to have to if you want to do well in school. if i’m not feeling up to it, i like to remember why i’m doing it. we have the privilege of learning, so use it to your advantage. i’m working hard for my future. that school you want to get into? that dream job?also, treat every class you’re studying for as if it’s your absolute favorite class. you’re not always going to like the class you’re in or the teacher who teaches it. but it doesn’t matter, because you’re going to have to do well in it to achieve your goals!! try to actually enjoy what you’re learning. go on studyblr and find people who are learning the same subject. use outside resources to help you learn. get out the essentials. this includes all of the papers you need to review and your laptop. put away all distractions and get a glass of water next to you to stay hydratedplan ahead. as soon as your teacher announces there is going to be a test, break down the topics you need to review and schedule time to study these in your calendar. this way, you won’t have to think twice about what you need to do later and save time.  don’t cram. seriously. make sure to start studying well before the day of the test. you don’t have to study for hours a day, because that’s a lot more than we can handle. thirty minutes a day doesn’t seem like very much but when you do this for a week, it adds up to a lot! this is a lot more effective than cramming in four hours in the middle of the night before. (you will thank yourself later).  don’t just passively read over the textbook. this isn’t very efficient and won’t help you remember the information as easily. try reading aloud is a lot more effective! you can explain the content to yourself or to a friend. this way, you’ll be able to see if you actually understand it. if you can’t explain it, then go back and review your notes. also, practice practice practice! flashcards/quizlet are your best friend for vocabulary. do practice problems or redo past assignments. ask questions when you’re unclear about something to your teachers or friends! it’s the worst walking into an exam without understanding the major concepts you need to know. this may not be offered to everyone, but at my school, my teachers hold after school hours for students to work and ask questions. take advantage of it when teachers are open to helping you! study on the go! whether you’re on transportation or waiting for a class, take out your notes or flashcards and read over them! you can make recordings of yourself reading these notes to listen whenever!! this will save you valuable time for when you get home.  take breaks in your study sessions. every 30-40 minutes, i recommend relaxing for about ten minutes (don’t spend too long on breaks or else you might not get back to studying). you can put on a face mask, read a book, go outside for a walk, stretch, or whatever you like! this gives your brain a break to process the information you’ve just reviewed! but if you feel that you don’t need one, don’t force yourself to stop.  reward yourself! give yourself a little treat when you finish studying to motivate yourself!  remember that learning is hard! it may seem overwhelming, but if you try your best and have patience, things will get easier. the time you put in now will be worth it, even if it doesn’t seem as thought you’re making progress. these good grades will culminate into a really good gpa!! however, don’t focus all of your energy and time into studying. this will drive you straight into a burnout. It’s important to have balance, to make time to do some self care and socialize

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studying tips *✭˚・゚✧*・゚*✭˚・゚✧*・゚* alright. so you don’t want to study?? well the heard truth is that you’re going to have to if...

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weird little brain tweak/reframing that helped me out. i Often find that advice that seemingly helps Everyone Else doesn’t make...

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I’m now entering my third semester of my second year college, and I think I’ve gathered enough experience in college to give...

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“Blossom smiling for the camera.”   Photos/caption by Lauren Boutz
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“Blossom smiling for the camera.” Photos/caption by Lauren Boutz

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The Demonic Goatman’s Bridge 
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The Demonic Goatman’s Bridge 

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“I don’t see anything dude…”

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“I don’t see anything dude…”

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talking in pout ♡
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talking in pout ♡

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Land & Sea by Ezekiel Gonzalez.
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Land & Sea by Ezekiel Gonzalez.

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excuse me, sir????

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excuse me, sir????

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Can I see some post breakup kiss?

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phone lockscreens and wallpapers with quotes from ya bois because I needed some new wallpapers  second set
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phone lockscreens and wallpapers with quotes from ya bois because I needed some new wallpapers second set

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“Let’s just not get tired and be with one another for a long long time because whether 10, 20 years pass, we won’t get...

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september 30, 2019 - looking forward the weather has cooled down, and i’m glad that i can finally wear my favorite cozy...

Sometimes people hit a place in their life where things are going really well. They like their job and are able to be productive at it; they have energy after work to pursue the relationships and activities they enjoy; they’re taking good care of themselves and rarely get sick or have flareups of their chronic health problems; stuff is basically working out. Then a small thing about their routine changes and suddenly they’re barely keeping their head above water.

(This happens to me all the time; it’s approximately my dominant experience of working full-time.)

I think one thing that’s going on here is that there are a bunch of small parts of our daily routine which are doing really important work for our wellbeing. Our commute involves a ten-minute walk along the waterfront and the walking and fresh air are great for our wellbeing (or, alternately, our commute involves no walking and this makes it way more frictionless because walking sucks for us). Our water heater is really good and so we can take half-hour hot showers, which are a critical part of our decompression/recovery time. We sit with our back to the wall so we don’t have to worry about looking productive at work as long as the work all gets done. The store down the street is open really late so late runs for groceries are possible. Our roommate is a chef and so the kitchen is always clean and well-stocked.

It’s useful to think of these things as load-bearing. They’re not just nice - they’re part of your mental architecture, they’re part of what you’re using to thrive. And when they change, life can abruptly get much harder or sometimes just collapse on you entirely. And this is usually unexpected, because it’s hard to notice which parts of your environment and routine are load bearing. I often only notice in hindsight. “Oh,” I say to myself after months of fatigue, “having my own private space was load-bearing.” “Oh,” after a scary drop in weight, “being able to keep nutrition shakes next to my bed and drink them in bed was load-bearing.” “Oh,” after a sudden struggle to maintain my work productivity, “a quiet corner with my back to the wall was load-bearing.”

When you know what’s important to you, you can fight for it, or at least be equipped to notice right away if it goes and some of your ability to thrive goes with it. When you don’t, or when you’re thinking of all these things as ‘nice things about my life’ rather than ‘load-bearing bits of my flourishing as a person’, you’re not likely to notice the strain created when they vanish until you’re really, really hurting. 

Almost two weeks after reading this, and I’m still kind of blown away at what a ridiculously fruitful definition this is.  Like I had no idea that load bearing things were a thing that needed to have a word for them, but now I’m like holy shit I’m so glad that there’s now a word I can use to refer to this really important class of Thing.

This is astounding. Load-bearing. Forget spoons, this concept is wonderful. I’m going to update my Spear Theory with this.

@thebibliosphere @sister-forget-me-not

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load-bearing

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yoongi ☆ make it right (vertical ver.)
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yoongi ☆ make it right (vertical ver.)

When motivation runs away, discipline saves you so i thought i should make a post with some tips how to develop this skill because it’s easy to say “have discipline” to someone but many don’t know how to develop it.

Block everything

This is what worked for me. I used “Forest” for my phone and i used the pomodoro method for whatever task i had. You study 25 minutes and you take a 5min break. After 4 sessions (2 hours) you take a longer break, 25-30 min. 

For a computer you can download an extension and select what sites you want to block and for how long. 

At first you will be okay with this system and after a while, you’ll feel annoyed by it because at first everyone is excited and can deal with everything but in the middle of this process you’ll feel like it’s too hard and you’ll think of several reasons to give up. You just need to be better than them and keep going. In the end, you won’t need these extensions or apps because you won’t feel the desire to check your phone/social media anymore. This process might take a while though.

To-do lists

Have a list with what you have to do for that day/week. It’s such a nice feeling when you cross with a line those tasks and more important, you know what you have to do that day and you don’t forget anything.

You can use the pomodoro method or you can just finish your tasks one by one until there’s none left and then you’re free to do whatever you want.

Schedules

This might not work for everyone because there are people who can’t follow a schedule. There are always unplanned stuff that have to be done immediately so following a schedule is hard. 

And there are also people who need diversity in their lives. They need a schedule that’s strict but at the same time, they can have many choices with it. As an example, they say that they practice French that day but they can choose how to study it; with a grammar book, with duolingo, watching a movie, writing a story, reading something etc. It’s good to have a variety of options of how to get a task done.

For people who follow a schedule, they should plan their breaks.You need to know when to rest and when to study. When you study, you just study and when you have fun, you just have fun.

My grandma’s method

I always notice how my grandma’s house is. Everything is in a certain place and she knows where to find them but in these 19 years i have never noticed how she does it, until last month. 

Every single time when she gets a new task, she plans to get it done in maximum 48 hours. If she has time in that moment when she gets that task, she will do it right there. 

Funny is how this is an instinct to her. She was saying that she’s tired but in the next second she started a new task only because she realized she can get it done.(which took her 2 seconds) That’s what i call, discipline level godlike.

Ignore your mind

When you step out of your comfort zone, your mind will tell you a lot of excuses only to sit down and do nothing for hours. Ignore it. Every time when something will seem hard or it makes you uncomfortable because you aren’t used to it, you need to keep going. Otherwise, you won’t improve at all. 

As long as you planned to get that task done in that moment, why would you stop? Later you’ll have to deal with it anyway so why not now? 

Always now

 Well, not always, but most of the time. People have the habit of saying “i’ll do it later” because they run away from things that seem unpleasant. Try to say “later” less. 

When your alarm wakes you up, don’t touch that “snooze” option. I wake up every morning, touch it, and in less than 5 seconds i remember that if i don’t get stuff done that day, i’ll have no free time later + i won’t improve in my target languages and i get up. I think waking up in the morning is harder than getting things done.

Patterns

Try to have some “pattern” in the morning and at night. Do the same stuff in the same order. 

In the morning i usually get up, get dressed and check my planner. This is a must, regardless the day, i always change in some clothes that aren’t for sleeping and i always check my planner to make a X on the date. After this, my mind knows i have stuff to do that day.

Learn when to say “no”

Every night, before going to bed, i check out tumblr and those 5 minutes can easily become 2 hours so i have an alarm and when it rings, i turn off my phone and sleep. It’s easier to do stuff when you slept enough.

Also, i think everyone knows that moment when your friend calls you or messages you and asks if you want to go out or talk to them. I agree that friends are important but if they really are your friends, they will understand that you aren’t available 24/7 for them and you have to study/work for your future. 

A short story, i had a friend who lived to get attention from others. At some point he told me to stop studying and spend some time with him. I did it once, then twice but i noticed that he won’t give up on his responsabilities to spend time when i needed/wanted his company so in that moment i decided that i’m my main priority. He disliked this change and kept saying “you’ve changed” to the point where i just decided he wanted only my attention and we stopped talking. Best decision ever.

Tell your friends and family when you have free time so they don’t disturb you unless it’s an emergency. Your family will understand most probably; however, half of your friends might dislike this because no one likes to be the 2nd choice but if i know something, it’s that you should ALWAYS be your 1st priority. 

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How to have discipline

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colour studies for an upcoming comic project https://karlottafreier.tumblr.com

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YOUR VERY TRUSTWORTHY AND EXTREMELY PROFESSIONAL GHOST/DEMON INVESTIGATORS

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YOUR VERY TRUSTWORTHY AND EXTREMELY PROFESSIONAL GHOST/DEMON INVESTIGATORS

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ffs Shane let them be dead in peace 

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ffs Shane let them be dead in peace 

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— yoongi has a way with words and a heart of gold happy birthday nat @glitchyoongi! ♡
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— yoongi has a way with words and a heart of gold happy birthday nat @glitchyoongi! ♡

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@minsjoon asked: agust d vibes or soft yoongi vibes?
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@minsjoon asked: agust d vibes or soft yoongi vibes?

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sweetest demon i ever saw.    i need suggestions for demon shane au’s, message me! i’ll write it.
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sweetest demon i ever saw. i need suggestions for demon shane au’s, message me! i’ll write it.

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i live for obi content 

Unsure About Studying A Masters? Here’s What You Need To Know:

I promise this wasn’t designed to scare people away from doing a masters! However, for me there was a lot of things university didn’t prepare me for when it came to starting up a masters. These are just some of the key things to think about if you’re a uni student who’s unsure whether a masters is for them

See if your university offers you a discount - This was something that applied to me and helped me make my decision on whether or not to do a masters. A lot of the time, if you’re staying at the same place you did your undergraduate degree, your university will offer you a discount on tuition if you stay and continue on with them. It depends on whether you’re choosing to do a full-time or part-time course, but this can typically be anything from 10-20% discount! This is a major deal if you’re wanting to minimise your loans or payment in general, plus who doesn’t love a good deal?

Be prepared to be independent - It sounds kinda obvious, but you don’t really realise how much help you receive at an undergraduate level compared to postragduate. Depending on where you are and what you’re studying, a big chunk of the time, you’ll have to find stuff out for yourself. That involves emailing about supervisors for dissertations, contacting them DIRECTLY to see if they’re available rather than being assigned someone and having them contact you first. It’s a little daunting at first, but usually these people are super chill and friendly! Just be prepared to send a LOT of emails.

Be prepared to be creative - I’m currently doing a sciency research masters, which you wouldn’t initially think would require much creativity, but it does! You’ll be helping to develop and expand your field of research for whatever you’re pursuing, so being unique and creative with your ideas will not only be beneficial, but make things much more interesting! There won’t be a list of questions to choose from for your masters dissertation, it’s gotta be something fresh that hasn’t been done before with a reason for why it should be done! This doesn’t necessarily mean being the next Issac Newton and developing your own theories, but expanding and adapting old research counts too. You may already have an idea in mind, so see if you can evolve that into a dissertation idea! Talk to lecturers about it and see if it’s feasible to do too, it’ll be a massive help.

Organisation is KEY - Again, another obvious one, but you’d be surprised how many deadlines you’ll receive within the first three days of induction. For myself, I had 6 deadlines as soon as I arrived, all which need to be completed within the span of a month or two. Write all these things down somewhere and put them into chronological order so you know which things are due to soonest. Set yourself enough time to email lecturers about things you’re unsure of or to enquire about supervisors for certain modules. Start your work EARLY, otherwise things will get overwhelming very quickly, especially if you’re also working part-time.

A lot of work in a small amount of time - With undergrad, you can kinda afford to miss a day or two when it comes to lectures, no biggie. With postgraduate, you cover a lot of content in a small amount of time. Lectures will typically be over the weekend, usually with a 9-5 setup with an hours break and that’s pretty much it. Your teaching time is extremely limited in comparison and it’s super important to be there so you have the chance to ask your lecturers directly if there’s something you’re unsure about! There will be times where you’re ill and missing a day can’t be helped, but if it’s just because you’re unmotivated then PLEASE GO IN ANYWAY, even if it’s not for the whole day. Your future self will thank you for it!

Have a passion for what you’re studying - Although it might seem wise to get a masters under your belt, if you’re not passionate or motivated about what you’ll be studying then maybe a masters isn’t for you. If you’re driven and passionate about what you’re doing, then I would definitely encourage a masters! It will be a lot of work, but it will be super interesting! If you’re interested then you’ll be more engaged and your grades will benefit in the long-run. Sure, there may be some modules that are a bit of a bore, but you’ll also have the opportunity to potentially meet professionals in the field that you’re wanting to explore. That alone can be a HUGE thing!! Especially if you want to hear about the real-world experience of that job role.

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Unsure About Studying A Masters? Here’s What You Need To Know:

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when agust d returned for the day 

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He is literally glowing✨
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He is literally glowing✨