It’s bad enough when you don’t have the answers, but so much worse when your examiner is sitting right opposite you. These tips will get you through…By Karina Beck.
As part of the first week of our #StudyHappy campaign, Student Support Services ran a session on how to avoid spending too much time playing video games and not enough time studying. Here are the basics for those who couldn’t make it (written from a gamer’s perspective)… By Jacqui Waldron
I’m not going to pretend that studying outdoors is anyway near as fun as sunbathing or having a barbeque. However, this post will provide you with the inspiration you need to leave the restraints of your desk and successfully master the art of outdoor studying, ensuring that as the temperatures soar you manage to keep your cool…By Francesca Green.
Rest periods are proven to improve your study and wellbeing. Here’s a tempting activity for today’s #studyhappy Library break…
Sometimes student life can be so overwhelming that it feels like there’s hardly time to breathe, let alone pay attention to our breath. Take a break and try out mindfulness to ease any anxiety…By Eric Baron.
Let’s face it, revision isn’t fun. The tedious exercise of sitting, writing, covering, reciting, checking, re-writing, it just goes on and on. But in the midst of these dark times one question glares at us: what do our revision notes say about us? By Thomas Stewart
We went out into the library and asked for your best revision tips in exchange for a banana. We got loads of great advice. Here are some of our favourites:
You find yourself increasingly bored as you revise, yet this revision is leading to something. Exams. And when you’re standing outside the exam hall that boredom turns to utter, utter fear. Your stomach swirls. The doors open. You walk in the hall. And you fall down the rabbit-hole…By Thomas Stewart.
When was the last time you came out of the Library less stressed than when you went in? When was the last time you were sitting there, at your desk, and feeling completely calm about the work you had ahead of you? If the answer is never, you’re reading the right article because here are three ways to maintain your library Zen..By Thomas Stewart.
Want to know Wonder Woman’s secrets? Need a bit of Superman attitude for your next exam? Two minutes of power posing could do the trick…By Carina Hart
Rest periods are proven to improve your study and well-being. Here’s a tempting activity for today’s #studyhappy Library break…
Library yoga can be risky. Choose an inopportune moment to strike the Warrior I pose or an Intense Side Angle, or maybe the Lord of Fishes stance while you’re in the silent study area, and you might end up (yet again) frightening a fellow student…By Eric Baron.