RUSU says Revise is a campaign with the aim of equipping students with the tools and tips in order to help them revise efficiently.
Making sure that students have the balance between revising and relaxing, RUSU says Revise will run alongside RUSU says Relax in order to provide a holistic approach to exam season.
A range of events will be taking place including Study Advice sessions in the boardroom and some revision space. You can download the monthly calendars here or browse all events below.
Check back here for updates each week!
Save yourself some time and get straight into revision by using our revision timetable rather than making your own! Just download it and add your own timings!
The RUSU Advice Service have put together these top tips about how to revise effectively so check them out!
What you eat and drink can influence both your physical and mental performance. To boost memory, mood and concentration in the run up to exams try some of these:
See the RUSU Advice Service’s Brain Food Chilli recipe. Catherine, the Women’s Part-time Officer, also has a great time saver for the mornings: Overnight Oats.
You can also look back to the Student Money Week recipes to give you some cheap inspiration to make sure you are eating well throughout exams.
Your academic tutor is here to offer you academic support an signpost pastoral care all year round.
Your support centre team can advise you on the Extenuating Circumstances process should things not always go to plan.
A professional and friendly team based on the ground floor of the URS building who work with students at all levels of academic study. Contact the team at 0118 378 4242 or email@example.com.
The service offers advice and guidance to students with any disability, mental health condition, or specific learning difficulty. Contact at 0118 378 4202, 0118 378 6602 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
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