Health Sciences, Class of 2025
Noor, Health Sciences, Class of 2024 - Sep 21, 2021
It’s been a hectic – and I mean HECTIC – couple of weeks. First thoughts: lecture halls are huge. I think that’s all I need to say. I knew that we’d be in 400-person classes but actually going blew my mind.
Noor, Health Sciences, Class of 2024 - Jan 25, 2022
I will say it can be a little hard to stay motivated as a student. I don’t know if it’s just me, but I’m feeling a little like I’m still on winter break!
Noor, Health Sciences, Class of 2024 - Oct 13, 2021
It’s okay, we’ve got this! With some dedication and maybe just a little bit of caffeine (or sugar if you are like me!), we CAN do it. Make a schedule for the next week or two. Just ensure you leave room for breaks, exercise, and “you” time.
Aug 23, 2021
Our team of bloggers introduce themselves, their plans for this year, and their anxieties and excitement as they start the 2021-22 year .
Noor, Health Sciences, Class of 2024 - Feb 10, 2022
So far, I’ve been standing in front of my mirror and labelling my own anatomy. It sounds a little unusual, but it worked for my first block theory test.
Noor, Health Sciences, Class of 2024 - Nov 03, 2021
I think we all deserve some sort of relaxation after a hard of couple weeks’ study. Here are some of my go-to activities that I think every Queen’s student should try before getting back into the grind. Give them a go and you’ll be more rested and, therefore, more productive.
Noor, Health Sciences, Class of 2024 - Dec 01, 2021
I have made it my mission to explore various study spots around campus. So, grab a coffee (or a tea, if you are like me!), and get ready to read for the best study spots on campus and beyond!
Noor, Health Sciences, Class of 2024 - Jan 12, 2022
Fellow first years, last semester might have been a rough one, but we made it and had at least some time to relax and recharge. Now we do it all over again—but this time a little different!