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by Fodhla Russell
Topic: Exam Stress
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So exam time and assignment deadlines are getting closer and stress levels are probably high. I know I felt quiet stressed and everything seemed to be piling up on me and I honestly have had thoughts over the two years I’ve been here of just giving up. So I am going to give you some tips which helped me tackle exams and assignments, they might not work for you but it is always worth a try. Here are some of the tips I have to offer:I recommend you get a calendar (which you can get for free in the SU office) and fill in all your deadlines and when your exams are. By doing this you have a clear view of what needs to be done.I find writing To Do Lists for each day is a great way of getting work done as you will aim to complete each thing on your list within that day (but make sure you set a realistic amount of work you will be capable of within that day).For exams, writing out simple points (not long sentences) of the information you will need to know is a great way for... read more