Make sure you keeping moving while you study. It’s good for your mind, body and soul, according to Gary, Sports Development Coordinator at UC Sport.
Here’s some tips from the Rec Centre>
Remember, the RecCentre has changed their timetable over exam time. Make sure you check the timetable before heading to your favourite classes>
Part of the struggle of the exam studying period is being able to organise and plan your time in order to get the most out of your study.
Louise Orcheston-Findlay from the Academic Skill Centre (ASC) teaches revision and exam skills. She has some top tips to get you thinking about how to find out how you study best>
Here are some top tips from the Academic skill centre on how to study well in a short amount of time:
Review your notes by reading actively – concentrate on what you are reading
Concentrate on learning what you don’t know. If you give yourself a small test, you will find out your “weak” areas.
Think of questions that may be asked. Practice on old exam papers.
Try question and answer sessions with others – you may need to limit chat times or competition with other students in these sessions.
Use Rhymes or mnemonics as memory aids
Put things into your own words. This helps you to know if you have actually understood the information
Let family and friends know that your increased time spent studying does not mean disregard for them and ask for their cooperation in your timetable.
Know the dates and times of exams you will be sitting.
Students are reminded that if they are hosting any parties this summer, we recommend registering them at Good One>
The information you put on your party registration is used to help you make your party a good one. It is forwarded to your friendly local community police so they know your party is happening.
No details are stored on the Good One website at all, so other people using the Good One website will not be able see your party details or information.
Note: Good One is an initiative backed by a number of community and government organisations including the police, student associations, universities, DHBs, tertiary providers, the Health Promotion Agency and Red Frogs.