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skills4studycampus
  What to expect from academic study  
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Summary

As a student you will be expected to take much more responsibility for your own learning than you may be used to. This makes study more exciting but you do need to develop good study and coping strategies.

It can take time to orientate yourself at the beginning of the first term, especially as there are so many new people to meet and so many interesting things to do. The better prepared you are for the term, the easier it will be to settle into a study routine and the more time you will have to enjoy other aspects of student life.

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If your institution subscribes to skills4studycampus you can explore strategies for studying effectively in greater depth and focus on the areas that are important for achieving academic success. These include:

  • Getting ready for academic study
  • Reading and note-making
  • Critical thinking skills
  • Writing skills
  • Referencing and plagiarism
  • Groupwork and presentations
  • Exam skills

  Developing your study skills will help you to get more out of student life, with less stress.
 
 
 

 
THE STUDY SKILLS HANDBOOK

skills4studycampus is based on The Study Skills Handbook

PALGRAVE STUDY SKILLS

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