For most of you, the exam season has begun. If the mere thought of sitting your first paper is bringing you out in a cold sweat, DON’T PANIC! Here are our top tips to guide you along the perilous path of examination prep, starting with 1 week to go…
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It’s been a year since Bowie’s passing yet his words are eternal. Let’s revisit this post where we used Bowie’s wisdom to show you how to survive your January exams…
‘What question 8?’ ‘That was so easy! Why did everyone else find it hard?’ ‘I miss the Library.’ ‘What do I do with my life now?’ ‘I can breathe again!’ ‘I failed. My whole life is over.’
We’ve all experienced some of these thoughts catapulting around our head as we leave an exam room. Let’s take a deeper look at the post exam feels and how to cope with them…
You burst into the exam room late, out of breath, turn over the exam paper “Discuss the importance of dual identity in Shakespeare’s…” what? But you study Economics. And why is everyone pointing and laughing? Why aren’t you wearing trousers? How do you spell your name again? Who started that tiny fire? And why has everybody turned into giant rat clowns?
It’s Term 3 and that means time to break out the revision highlighters! Keep these 4 tips in mind to get the most from your notes. Read more
Ever wished you had a memory like Sherlock, with a whole host of facts and information at your fingertips? Here are some techniques you can try when revising, to help you memorise the information you’ll need to remember in your exams. We can’t promise you’ll turn into Sherlock by the end of the week, but some of these may be just the ticket…