Today’s video is welcoming Karen Rofaeel to the stage, studying Psychology at York University in Toronto, ON, Canada. Karen shares great advice on how to make friends in such a large commuter school, and the resources available that she wished she utilized in her first-year!
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“Your first-year course is psych1010… it’s like the open buffet of psychology as you get a wide breadth of what psychology is!!”
“Tips for course registration… create a rough schedule plan so that when registration opens you know what to take…because courses get filled up quickly!.”
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0:00 – Intro
0:22 – Why did you select this program and university?
2:02 – What are the teaching styles, evaluations, and workloads like in this program?
4:10 – What type of content is taught in this program?
5:25 – What advice could you provide on the application process for your program?
7:07 – What courses do you suggest or not suggest taking in university and high school?
10:04 – How do you study or suggest people study for this program?
11:40 – What types of job positions can you expect coming out of this program and throughout?
13:02 – Advice for on-campus & off-campus housing?
13:48 – How is campus-life including party culture, go-to spots, clubs and other university opportunities?
16:11 – How to make friends in university?
17:00 – What support resources are available to students?
18:38 – Finally, what advice would you give to your first-year self starting out in this program?