Exam preparation

The examination period each year can be a very tense and stressful experience for a lot of students at University. Revising for a number of exams at the same time can be a daunting process for even the most organised and motivated of students. Even if you are as prepared as possible for an exam, on the actual day you can still feel unnerving levels of anxiety which can distract you.

But don't worry! This section is all about how to tackle your revision, knowing what to expect from the exam process, preparing for the actual exam and ways to deal with your exam nerves.

Structure your revision so you can maintain concentration and can prepare effectively for your exams.

Sitting your exam
Strategies to help you be prepared for the exam, as well as with planning your answers and using your time efficiently in the exam.

A student studying in a lounge area
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