The countdown is over – the Easter break is here! Over Easter, sweets and sugar may seem a lot more tempting than studying. But due to the influx of dissertation and essay deadlines around this time, the Easter period is all the more important to study over. Here are my 9 tips on how to study effectively over Easter.
The assessment period is officially here and for many students, exams, in particular, are very stressful. So, to try to calm your mind about the stress of exams, here are 7 common myths I’ve heard that just aren’t true!
So, you’ve spent weeks revising, days stressing, hours in hot exam halls and it all boils down to the minute you open up your results.
Your revision is complete, your textbooks are down and you just have to wait until you’re given the signal to open your exam paper. But what is best to do in the final 24 hours before your exam?
Between now and going to university there is just one thing standing in your way; either exams or handing in your final piece of coursework. It’s a daunting prospect, the fact that the grades you get from these pieces of work decide whether you get into your chosen university.
There are moments in life when you want something so badly that all your energy is going in that one direction. That for me is my dream of becoming a teacher.
I never thought I would write this, but here I am – I love yoga and even having just 2 months of practice I can see some positive changes already happening, especially when I talk about studying.
As a student I have to admit that I do find myself on YouTube whilst on my breaks from assignment writing (okay, I do it whilst I’m supposed to writing my assignments too!) and everyone will realise that one time or another you will end up watching a video of a sneezing cat.