Do you need year 12 to go to uni?
Even if you haven’t completed Year 12, it’s still possible to get into university by doing further study that could help secure a place in the degree of your dreams.
What should I bring to university first year?
- Sheets and pillowcases (2 sets. Check with college for size needed — some college twin beds are extra long.)
- Towels (3 each of bath, hand and face)
- Pillows (2)
- Mattress pad (check with college for size needed)
- Blankets (2)
- Clothes hangers.
- Laundry bag/basket.
What happens if you don’t meet the entry requirements for university?
If you do not meet requirements for courses this can affect your ability to be accepted into a particular major or taking particular courses required for that major. Not meeting the requirements for a course means you will need to take the necessary steps to acquire the requirements.
How do you answer what you can bring to the university?
What can you bring to the university? Avoid humorous or overly self-aggrandising answers here; instead, focus on selling yourself (modestly) to the interviewer and highlighting the key traits that make you a good person to have around. Support what you say with concrete examples of your experience.
Is first year uni important?
Achieving the absolute best in your first year will motivate you in doing better in the remaining years of your degree. It has a personal element to it. It would provide students with a beneficial insight on how it feels to be studying a degree and, therefore, gets you into the zone for future success.
What qualities can you bring to university?
These are the seven qualities that you should try to illustrate in your university application.
- A positive attitude towards study.
- A passion for the chosen course subject.
- An ability to think and work independently.
- An ability to persevere and complete tasks.
- An inquiring mind.
- Good written English.
What can you not bring to university?
Now that we’ve covered the essentials, here are 18 things you should leave at home when you move to uni this September.
- 1) Pets. Let’s get the tough bit out of the way first.
- 2) Ashtrays. Most halls and purpose-built student accommodation are no-smoking zones.
- 3) Speakers.
- 4) Candles.
- 5) Stationery.
- 6) Car.
- 7) Kettle.
- 8) Books.