Help is at hand to support you through the exam period. Our exam and assessment tips are here to help you through the next few weeks.
Whilst it’s important to work hard and try your best, try not to overdo it. Taking regular breaks and sticking to a healthy routine can improve your time management and make your revision more productive.
From revising effectively to managing anxiety, there is information, advice and support readily available to help students through the exam period.
- Tips on coping with anxiety before and during exams
- Presentation Panic? Tips to help
- The Exam Diet: Your guide to budget-friendly brain food
- Top tips to help you manage exam stress
- Top tips to help you revise effectively
- In-exam guidance: Three golden rules
- Organisation, revision and exam strategies for success
There will also be dedicated online workshops and drop-in sessions to help with exam stress and anxiety. Find out more and book your place
Find a study space
Removing yourself from distractions can be helpful to your revision. Based on student feedback, we have increased the number of study spaces available to students by 10%. Find a study spaces on campus
Get further support
If you are experiencing any difficulties during exams, get in touch with Student Support.
The Student Support Centre has a range of services dedicated to helping students make the most of their time at University, including: Advice & Money, Careers & Employability, Counselling, Health & Wellbeing, Disability & Dyslexia and International Student Support.
For further details of services, events, opening times and more find us on the University Intranet.
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