We asked Liverpool students what advice they’d give Freshers
You can resit an exam, but you can’t resit the sesh
The freshers on campus look lost, confused and adorable and they probably need some wise words. We spoke to the kids with all the answers: AKA Liverpool’s third years.
Esme (left), third year History and Politics and Emily, third year Politics
Esme: “Don’t stress too much about work.”
Emily: “Remember, first year doesn’t count.”
Sara, third year Criminology and Psychology and Gabriella, third year Accounting and Finance
Sara: “There’s no such thing as too much alcohol”.
Gabriella: “Don’t eat yellow snow and if in doubt, have a drink”.
Emily, third year Physiology
“You can resit an exam, but you can’t resit the sesh.”
Marisa, third year English and Comms
“Uni is not the end of the world. There are more people to meet and more jobs to do that might not require university education. Take your time to try and enjoy uni but if it’s not for you, it’s not for you.”
Mabon, third year History
“Mwynhau eich amser ac yn gwneud y mwyaf ohono, ac ymuno cymdeithas cymry.”
(“Enjoy your time and make the most of it. Join Welsh Society.”)
Reece, third year Maths
“The Gayer the Fresher the better”.
Lauren, third year geography
“If you’re watching sex and the city and a virus appears on your laptop and you call the number they give you and ask for your bank details, don’t do it. Just don’t.”