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by liz_gayer
Topic: Exam Stress
Tags: #exams
Views: 149
Hey Guys,It’s that time of year again where the exams have crept up and the library is packed with students guzzling coffee in a bid to make it to the summer holidays, myself included! :)For you first years this is your second set of college exams so most of you will know the story from Christmas but here are just a few reminders and tips for the exam season ahead.If you haven’t got your exam timetable they are available now at the link below. the past exam papers are available online at this link: are such a great tool for studying something I didn’t know in first year but honestly you get to see the style of questions that get asked by different lecturers and also test the areas you have already studied.Secondly try not to stay up all night during study week and before exams, speaking from experience I can safely say it... read more
by c.flynn25
Topic: Exam Stress
Views: 17
Study week is fast approaching and you may be asking yourself where semester one has gone, don’t worry we all are. These last two weeks of term can be draining and hard but it can be done. The most important bit of advice a lecturer gave me in first was to be organised with your notes and take one day at a time especially when it comes to the exams. So here are a few tips on getting assignments finished and really getting down to study.A good night sleep is essential – that doesn’t mean staying in bed all day!Try and eat healthy – I struggle with this at times when it comes to being busy but eating right gives you so much energy which you can use to apply yourself to your studies. Another point on this is don’t forget or put off eating to do work, you will work far more efficiently if you’re fed.The library is going to be busy. Very busy. – Some of you are bound to be regular library goers at this stage and if so you have probably noticed a... read more