What to do in term 3 if you have no exams

For many of us at Warwick, Term 3 holds very few or no exams at all. If this sounds like you, then keep reading to find out about ideas for your free time and tips for non-exam assignments. Some students may only have labs and essays left, while others are fully free. The first set of ideas will be aimed at the lucky students with a fully free Term 3, if instead you have non-exam assignments such as labs and essays, scroll further down for a brief checklist.

By Anastasia Cagnoni.

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Know your Library space: reporting problems during term three

As the end of the academic year approaches, many of us are beginning to prepare for exams and other end of year assessments. During this time the Library and many other study spaces on campus will be busier than usual. There’s a few important things to keep in mind when using the Library throughout term three to make sure it remains a safe and productive space for all. Read on to hear about the Space Hog campaign, dealing with lost or stolen property, and how to report any issues you might face studying in the Library.

By Rebekah Elliot

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Out of the house and into the exam hall: How to prepare for in-person exams

With the COVID-19 pandemic slowly beginning to finally fade away into our history, many of us have in-person exams for the first time in our university experience. Here are some of my tips collated from conversations I’ve had with fellow students at Warwick who have had first-hand experience with this!

By Arin Ososanya

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A Fool-proof guide to different types of exams

Stopwatch ticking, pen scratching on paper, and we write down everything in our brain – this is how we usually take exams in high school. However, exams come in various shapes and sizes at Warwick. Apart from the timed exam in an exam hall, there are 24-hour and 7-day take-home exams. In these long open-book exams, speed and memory are no longer the only keys to high grades. You may find them unfamiliar, but don’t feel panic. Hopefully blogger Angel’s tips can help you prepare and handle the different forms of exams.

By Angel Sun.

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Hidden Gems: Rediscover the Library website

There’s no doubt, you’ve been on the Library website several times to find a book, an article. However, it is so much more than that – there are so many other useful and interesting features for your enjoyment and use. For example, did you know that there is a whole page dedicated to compiling a list of amazing productivity tools such as Quizlet and EndNote? Don’t worry, I’ve got you covered with all the hidden gems and some of my personal favourite ‘virtual spots’ on the website which may usually go unnoticed. (Shhh, don’t tell anyone!)

By Arin Ososanya.

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