The first day of a university might be confident but somewhere in between what we thought and what the reality would be is; ‘we don’t have any idea about to do things, like how we react to strangers? what will we do in free time? how will we recognise who is true and what is true? what to wear on the first day? what will we do when things go wrong? And so on.
Choose good clothes with good body posture, and most importantly choose those clothes you feel comfortable in, choose your hairstyle way more wisely than anything because your appearance depends on the way you carry yourself and your style.
Start communicating with your badge mates with balanced confidence, be careful that you are not giving a perspective of being over confident or with no confidence at all makes you feel embarrassed.
Manage nervousness means that; to make sure about yourself of not being nervous just because you know you are not the only one who is nervous here to attend their first class or lecture or university and obviously you are not the only student with bright or poor side, somewhere or later on you will come to know the sureties of every individual around you.
Do not judge anybody because you don’t have any idea what that person will up to, for instance, you saw a girl with high cheekbones and curved lashes and dark matte gloss on her bright colour, ‘She is looking so kwell, is she attending her day of university or marriage?’ and she would be exactly the same person who will be the topper and the best person of your life. So make friends without being judgemental is a good option.
Your addresses of your notes may seem moderately intimidating with hundreds of people all sitting in the one room, but your lecturers and tutors all understand how intimidating it can be, because at some stage they were first-year students themselves. Never hesitate to ask if you need to know something or if you need something repeated. And if you ever get lost or aren’t sure where to find something, just ask a fellow student where to go! The worst thing they might say is, "I’m not sure."