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Tweet-sized tips to get you ready for university

Over on Twitter, we've been sharing tips for surviving the move to uni. So whether you're worried you've forgotten something or you're nervous about leaving home, catch up quickly now...

If you're clueless in the kitchen, change that now.

Life skills: check.

Sorted for cash?

Wrapped things up at your part-time job?

Got your travel plans sorted? 

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    Nervous about uni? It's a time to try something new.

    Or just start with some plans for Night One.

    Break the ice with new flatmates now.

    Plan that first trip home.

    Make your new room feel more like home.

    Visit your grandparents...

    Odd question, but do you take any medication?

    Should you register with a GP at uni?

    Save those important documents.

    • Sorted out your student bank account yet? Head to the Which? Money guide on the best student bank accounts, to find out which two providers we're recommending.

    Are you packing the right clothes?

    Now log off and make the most of being home!

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