Not long now!

One of the Many virtues of Woodward - the games room!
One of the Many virtues of Woodward – the games room!


Not too much has been happening in the past few weeks. As the Easter holiday slowly approaches, my course-mates and I have begun to realise that a) we don’t have long until our end of year exams and b) we have a lot to do before we get to that point. So I shall be treating myself to an over-the-top Easter revision timetable made on excel! The argument with Mechanical Engineering is that the first year does not count towards the final grade. This is totally true, but I will still do as best as I can, because that’s really the only way I know how to, and it sets a good precedent for the next three years anyway.

In other news, I am going to be hall senior next year at Woodward Hall! I felt like a little more responsibility is never a bad thing, and I really like Woodward (awesome facilities, friendly people – what’s not to like?!), so it seemed like the best option. My main concern was never having time to see my flatmates and friends, but regardless of where they live, they will only be a tube journey away from me sitting on their sofa and eating all their food (sorry, guys).


3 comments for “Not long now!

  1. Woodward seems like an amazing accommodation! Are there any downsides to living there (mainly thinking about the distance from campus to be honest)?

    1. The distance I don’t really find to be a problem. If anything, it is a good thing, because it offers a bit of separation between working and relaxing. Also, the walk through Hyde Park from Woodward to Imperial is one of the best parts of my day, because it’s so relaxing.
      The only downside I can think of is also one of the upsides: distractions. It is so easy to be able to decide to go out for dinner, or to the cinema on a whim, you have to really decide when you want to work and when you want to play, and stick to that separation.

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