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Exam health

As the work piles on and the semester comes to an end, don’t forget to practice some self-care. Study upon study shows that your exam performance will benefit from a healthy you! Below are some simple ideas for staying sharp during exam period.

If you are feeling overwhelmed, help is here. The university offers free counselling services for students and external emergency support is available 24/7.

Effective Study Tips
As the saying goes – "Even if you're on the right track, you'll get run over if you just sit there." The same goes with studying. While setting aside time to study is an important step and gets you on the right track, you’ve got to get yourself moving! Make the most of your study time by practicing effective study techniques.

Five Stress-Reducing Techniques
Stress inhibits your learning. Make time to keep your stress in check and you’ll be able to get more productivity out of your study sessions.

Tips for Improving your Memory
Help keep all that information you just reviewed in. Our memories benefit from exercise, sleep, and a host of other healthy practices.

Ten Tips for Better Sleep
Research shows that sleep is necessary for memory consolidation, with the key memory-enhancing activity occurring during the deepest stages of sleep. Make the most of your sleep with these helpful tips.

Upcoming exam information

Click here for important reminders about semester 1 2016 examinations.