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Missed these? Here are our practical guides to exam papers

Need some top tips for specific exam types? Here are our guides to short answer, open text, written and spoken exams from the archives of 2014. Our experienced writers let you know the best ways to revise and prepare for each paper, as well as some tips for the exam room…

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Library life: My week as a med student

I’m a postgraduate medical student, which makes my normal week probably a bit different to the average student on campus. Here’s what I get up to… By Charles Hand

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Library Life: My week as an Arts student

“Miaow! Lillie Almond, studying a Writing MA.” “Sorry, what was that?” This is the usual start of any conversation in which I introduce my current university course. Allow me to explain… By Lillie Almond  

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What kind of searcher are you?

Find your library search personality type and get our tips for how to make the most of the information that is out there, just waiting for you… By Kate Williams.

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Is it all on Google? 5 top search tips

Time is ticking by and your essay deadline is looming. Your tutor, Professor Moriarty, has set you a truly obscure essay question and you have no idea where to start. Clearly this is all part of some evil conspiracy to stop you from getting the great grades you deserve. How can you quickly find the existing research that will put you on the right track? Is it all on Google…? Sherlock investigates…by Kate Williams

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