Many congratulations are in order. Well done for finishing another year. Exams are over and the dissertation is finished. Whether this is your final farewell to Warwick or you’ve just completed your first year, here are some things to reflect on… by Amy Preston
No more classes, no more exams – now what do you do with your spare time on campus before packing it all up and going home for summer? Well, look no further, as I have collated for you a brief list of activities happening at Warwick in the upcoming weeks, so you’ll have no excuse to be bored!… by Ella Hillyard Continue reading “Things to do on Campus before you go home for the summer”
The things that can go wrong before an exam are easy to prepare for — not enough revision, a bad night’s sleep or just generally feeling the pressure. But what about during your exam? When all of your work comes down to a single paper, the last thing you want is for anything to go wrong. Here’s three common things that can go wrong in an exam and how to overcome them… by Ciara Brodie Continue reading “Three things that can go wrong during your exam!”
How many people do you know who attend office hours? They might seem like another unnecessary extra thing to add to your workload, but utilising the office hours of your professors can be one of the most useful ways to make the most out of your learning experience… by Kumail Jaffer. Continue reading “Office Hours: The University’s Best Kept Secret?”
If you’re in the social sciences, at some point you’ve probably wanted to find data for an assignment, but struggled to find exactly what you’re looking for. In today’s post, find out how to find data and reports from OECD iLibrary… by Helen Riley Continue reading “How to find OECD data for your dissertation or assignment”
Spring cleaning shouldn’t only mean daring to look on the top shelf of your cupboard or revamping your wardrobe – your study habits could also use a refresh at this time of year. Read on for a few key pointers to keep your year on track…By Rachael Davies
Referencing is an academic convention that can provoke a lot of angst and worry amongst students. What is it? Why do I have to do it? How do I do it?… By Sam Johnson
Enjoy this festive post from the MRC’s blog. Such wonderful & unusual Christmas cards!
To celebrate the 12 days of Christmas, we have selected 12 Christmas cards from the Cyclists Touring Club collection. Ranging from funny to sweet, classic to a little odd, they’ll definitely put you in the festive spirit! You certainly won’t see these in Clinton Cards!
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StayFocusedIf you’re more of a night owl than a morning lark then our 24/7 library opening is made for you. But if you are thinking of pulling the occasional all nighter you’ve got to get it right and make it worthwhile or you’ll just be sitting in the library, all night, watching Netflix and worrying. And that is 100% better from the comfort of your own bed…