The first term can normally be a period of adjustment. People are trying to find their footing, or experimenting with revision and exam techniques to see what works. Term 2 is the best time to really figure out what works and excel in those summer exams. Whether you’re trying to bounce back from the break, or want to a fresh start to the new academic term, here are some tips that can help speed up that process!
Balancing various different assignments can be tricky for any student. Give yourself the best chance of doing all your pieces of work to the best of your ability by using these time-saving tips…By Rachael Davies Continue reading “Save Time without Cutting Corners”
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
Nowadays, there are almost too many ways to take notes. That can add yet another dimension of stress to your studying, in wondering just how to record your work. But, the notes that you do take during your hours of studying will be crucial to how you ultimately perform in your exams and assignments. So, it’s important to consider what options you have available… By Ciara Brodie Continue reading “Staying Organised – choosing how to take notes”
Getting a part-time job whilst studying may seem a bit daunting. With all the essays, exams and dissertations, it can be easy to think that there’s little time to get a job on top of that. But getting a job can be very rewarding. Isla runs through the benefits of getting a job and gives tips on how to find one…By Isla Stroyan
With the fresh start of the New Year, you might feel the need to transform your studying routine to maximize productivity. However, a long to-do list might often overwhelm you. This post will tell you how to deal with your studying resolutions efficiently… By Miruna Mihaila
We’re now half way through the term and deadlines are probably about to start creeping up. If you hadn’t already, It’s about the right time to develop a study schedule. Not sure where to start? Use these simple tips to help create a study schedule that will last throughout the year… By Rachael Davies Continue reading “How to Create a Study Schedule”
Bullet journaling is one of the simplest time management systems you can use. All you need is a notebook and a pen. It’s a super reflexive system that can help boost your productivity, especially if you’ve had trouble with the rigidity of more conventional diaries. Here’s a guide to setting up your own bullet journal… by Amy Preston