My experience – Speech and Language Therapy at City

Exam Tips

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The dreaded exam season has finally crept up on us, and this year I have decided to make some positive changes to help reduce stress and revise more efficiently. The days of revising last minute, having breakdowns (then realising you don’t have time for a breakdown) and rushing to remember chunks of information the night before are over. Here are 4 of my top tips:  


  1. Stay organised – plan your days out beforehand, keep your lecture notes in order and don’t forget to make use of your calendar apps
  2. Take breaks – breathe, spend time outside and have a walk around to clear your head
  3. Feel good – For me this involves taking care of my skin and hiring out bikes (like the Santander or ofo one’s you see around campus) in the evenings
  4. Move – I don’t like getting too comfortable when I study. I study with different people and in different universities (as we can as part of the University of London consortium) so I am constantly inspired by a new environment

I hope these tips help the both of us out, and good luck in your studies!  

*images taken from @zaynabtea (instagram) 

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