It’s that time of year again- but don’t worry there is lots of support available to get you through the exam season.
Sometimes it can feel like nothing is going in and you don’t know where to start with your revision. If you are really not sure what sort of methods work best for you or want to know how to make revision less painless and more engaging, have a look at the study tips sent in by our very own Nottingham students last summer!
Dealing with Exam Anxiety
Have a look at the ‘Dealing with Assessment and Examination Anxiety’ booklet created by the Counselling service.
Hard copies can also be collected free of charge from the University Counselling Service in Trent Building
Speak to Nightline
Nightline know that the exam period can be one of the most pressured times you experience at university, that's why they have once again made themselves available continually for the next few weeks. Their listening and information service is open to students 24/7 over the exam period instead of the usual 7pm-8am.
Phone: 0115 95 14985 or 14985 free from hall phones
Instant message: (nottinghamnightline.co.uk/IM)
Get in touch about exams, any other worries you have, or simply for the number of somewhere to go for lunch - they will be there to help.
For more information have a look at the Nightline website or find them on Facebook (Nottingham Nightline)
Don’t forget that Study Skills advice and support is also available from course tutors, Academic Support and numerous websites and books. Academic Support can also help with specific concerns such as dyslexia.
Best of luck from your Students’ Union with all of your exams over the next few weeks!