Freshers: What to do on arrival day
24th September 2015
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Arrival day. Moving-in day. Dropped-in-a-new-world day. Whatever you call it, it’s one of the biggest and most eventful days of your time at university and it helps to be prepared. To get you ready for the big day, we’ve put together a few helpful pointers to help things go smoothly. 1. Before you go - make sure you’ve got the route and times nailed down. Arrival day can be stressful enough already without getting lost on the way. Make sure you are certain that you know exactly where you’re going and whether your halls have any specific rules about when you can and can’t move in/where you can park. 2. Register with your GP Often, the university halls will have tables set up so that you can get registered with your local GP on the day. If these are around, make sure you seek them out and register as soon as you can. If the tables aren’t there, check out the NHS choices website to find your local GP. 3. Get your student card
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