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Posts tagged ‘dissertations’

Postgrads take over campus: perks of a summer at Warwick

We all love having our undergrads around, but it’s nice to have the campus to ourselves once in a while. Here’s why we love summer!…By Ana Kedves

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The postgraduate journey: staying on track

There’s so much to the postgraduate journey that often it feels like you’d need a map to navigate it… so we’ve made one. Here’s what the Library has coming up to help you stay on track, complete with its very own PG tube map…

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On Track: the 4 stages of writing a Masters dissertation

Just like the weather we experience at this time of the year in the UK, this phase of the academic calendar can be both enjoyable and frustrating for Masters students…By Ide Haghi

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Study buddies: why you should study with friends

Find yourself easily distracted when studying on your own? Maybe group studying can help you actually crack on…

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How to study effectively when you aren’t in the Library

Home for the holidays? No longer able to study in the Library or your usual spot? Here are some tips to help you create a pop-up study haven…

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A marathon not a sprint: defeating the dissertation doldrums

So the deadline for your dissertation or final year project is looming and it isn’t all quite going to plan. Here’s our advice for getting over the final hurdle and handing in your magnum opus on time… Read more

4 things you shouldn’t forget to do before you leave campus

It’s week 10 and soon you’ll be returning home as the prodigal child. Make sure you don’t forget these 4 must-dos before you leave…

(We’re recycling this post from our blog archives, as these tips are timeless)

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Let’s celebrate! How and why you should celebrate your achievements during your postgrad

The sun is shining, the library has been more or less abandoned and there’s a large number of parents on campus. It must be the end of a hard working year and (hopefully) the time to relax and celebrate all you’ve achieved this year…

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Struggling to study: causes and solutions

You’ve got your books, your laptop, pens, paper and highlighters. You’ve got your imminent deadline, and steadily growing worry to hone it. But you just can’t seem to get in the zone and start working. What is the missing piece of this productivity puzzle? … By Laura Primiceri

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