While most of us will be quite glad when 2020 is over, there is one hurdle left to cross: exams.
The library has a range of resources to help you prepare and to support you during the examination period.
Revising and studying for exams is often easier in a quiet environment like a library where there are plenty of other students to keep you company. Kate Edger Information Commons and the General Library will both be open for extended hours during this period.
How to prepare for tests and exams
Sitting an exam can be stressful. The library has resources you can read to learn how to find information, organise your study into manageable chunks and use the best revision techniques for different types of exams.
You can also attend our Exam Preparation workshops taking place on 16, 20 and 22 October which will cover tips to help you study for exams as well as strategies to use on exam day.
Access past exam papers
Answering past exam questions is a great way to test your knowledge. While model answers are not available, practising on old exams in the allocated time can be a great revision strategy.
The official exam timetable for Semester Two has now been released and you should have received an email with your timetable.
If you need any further help in preparing for your exams, Ask us.