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Online Learning Supports: Study Tips

Find the curated resources you need for your studies

Your Study Space

undefinedStudying and working from home is tough.

We'd all love a space to ourselves that matches our needs, that's full of just the right equipment and few distractions.

If you're lucky, you can make a space that works for you.

If you're not, don't worry: just do what you can.

And remember, your Library is accessible across from your smartphone, tablet, laptop or PC.

You can go online anytime and search for the resources you need or drop us an email if you need some help.

Exam Prep

undefinedExam Advice

There are many ways to study for exams, and many different types of exams!

This year, your exam formats may be a bit different.

For good advice on how to prepare, we recommend these resources:

undefinedPast Exam Papers

We host an online archive for past exam papers from the Exams Office. Once we receive the didgitised papers, we organise them and upload them to our online platform. Currently, we have 5 years worth of papers.

Please be aware that you must be a registered student or staff member to access them. We do not have exam paper solutions.

If there is a paper missing please check the common paper folders. If you still can't find the paper, please contact contact the Exams Office or your lecturer.

Coping with Stress


Taking care of yourself during these unprecedented times is important.

Learning effective ways of coping with stress is important for your mental health and for your studies.

Procrastinating? Me?


It's easy to get distracted when you're working from home. One small, unexpected demand on your time and your new studying routine can evaporate in an instant.

It's important to take breaks, to refresh your concentration, to get exercise and to refuel.

But if you find yourself procrastinating over your breaks just a bit too much, then maybe this might help...