Tue 2 June 2009, The Guardian

The art of coping with boredom

By Harriet Swain
University is where students discover the excitement of learning and the ability to cope with boredom. While being bored at school derives from a monotonous timetable of subjects and activities, at university it's about tackling just one or two subjects day after day, for at least three years.
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