‘Imposter Syndrome’ is defined by Warwick’s Wellbeing Service as “a psychological phenomenon in which people doubt their accomplishments…and fear being exposed as a ‘fraud’, despite evident success or external proof of competence”. These fears are felt by countless students across the globe, but can feel incredibly isolating. This post provides three practical tips to beat those doubts.Continue reading “Overcoming Imposter Syndrome at University”
Deadlines and exams are approaching as the second term will soon come to an end. With all your dissertations, essays and group projects, how do you manage to find time for everything? Most students cram everything up on a few hours before the deadline meaning they have to stay up all night (or several nights) to finish their assignments on time. As someone who used to do all-nighters, I can assure you there are ways in which you can avoid it!…By Miruna MIhaila
Want to make the most the 24 hour Library while keeping a good work-life balance? Follow our tips to keep your life in balance… Continue reading “24-hour Library: Keeping a good work-life balance”
Studying late at the Library? Tummy grumbling? Energy-levels dwindling? Here are our food and drink suggestions to keep you going…
The Library is 24/7 but you don’t need to be. Here’s our best advice on how to avoid all-nighters and beat the procrastination bug!
‘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…