Would you like some handy tips to get you going?
Look no further, we can help get you started here…
- How do you like to study – in slience? Which library? Do you prefer to be warmer or cooler?
Take a look at the library study options available as well as topics on the ‘you say, we say’ pages on the ‘have your say’ site
Top tip – if you’re studying in a silent or quiet areas and you have ‘noisy neighbours’ you can report disturbances from Mon to Fri 9am – 5pm via library chat
Comments are passed to security who will go and walk round the reported area and talk to anyone if necessary.
Between 5pm and 9am and weekends (and any other time if you prefer), please report directly to security staff at Reception desks. They are available 24/7
- Are you likely to study overnight?
You need food for the brain and plenty of hydration! There are water fountains situated on each floor of Adsetts and on the ground floor at Collegiate. There are new vending machines in both libraries or remember to bring your own snacks.
Top tip – fill up your drinks containers or top up snacks for free, there’s hot water available 24/7 in café areas.
- Need to brush up on your exam skills – on your own or with others?
Here are the top 10 exam tips! on the Bridge
Check out the Exam Resources on the Bridge
Top tip – want more? Try the brand new Exam and Revision workshop – you can book via the Bridge booking page
- Know where you’re going and what you need?
Top tip – find out all you need to know on the Exam Information page on shuspace
- Finally – remember to take a break!
Health, happiness and academic success are all linked so it’s very important to look after yourself. Healthy Hallam explains the 5 ways to wellbeing
Top tips – when we asked students to share their thoughts on how to cope during stressful times, here’s what they said…
‘keep calm and utilise the universities resources’
‘always talk to someone if you feel you can’t cope with work’
‘manage your time well and make sure you still have some fun’
‘set time aside to de-stress’
‘allow time for yourself, mental health is really important’