Category Archives: study skills

Recharge your motivation

I went to that dark place as a student where no one wants to go but find themselves there and I want to supercharge myself out. What happened? Demotivated, procrastination and deep sighs to the maximum. We approach the end … Continue reading

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I.T. free…it’s FREE!!!

By Shafina Khatun (SSA Cavendish) I was lying on the purple bean bag in the Cavendish student union pod when Miriam mentioned to me about the free IT software available for students. She then sent me over a link and … Continue reading

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The story of my life (starring YOU, SSA and the Universities Learning and Academic Support)

By SSA Cavendish (Shafina Khatun) WARNING ALERT: What you are about to read is very cheesy, but it was good fun to write. You’re sitting somewhere in your campus. Perhaps in the library, social space or lunch area. Textbook out, … Continue reading

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Some thoughts on effective teamwork

by SSA Cavendish (Shafina Khatun) My thoughts on team work based on my experiences. This is my first ever video presentation that I created so please go easy on me with the criticism. Comment below with your thoughts on team … Continue reading

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Revise, organise and prioritise

by Anjelee Sharma Creating a timetable Always create a weekly timetable of scheduled lectures, seminars, practical’s and add in any extra commitments or social activities, e.g. paid-work, voluntary work experience, any child-care, etc, etc Once you know when your assignments … Continue reading

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