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As a student, you very quickly become aware of the level of effort you need to put in to meet the minimum requirements for passing your course, but is that enough? Sadly, not. Faster than you could possibly imagine, your studies will be over, and you’ll be competing with hundreds of thousands of other graduates for post-graduate placements, schemes and jobs.
By Vasile Boico – University of Birmingham student and Kortext Student Ambassador. Your room is tidy, your bookshelf is sorted by genre, your wardrobe is organised by colour and season, but you have not started working on your assignments yet. Does this sound like you? Procrastination means putting off tasks until the last minute. You know