You might love them or loathe them, but there is no avoiding exams and assessments at uni. Before you start scrolling again, here are our simple tips for revision and study to keep you focused.  

When you’ve got tons of revision and work to do, it’s easy to feel overwhelmed and end spending way too much time wandering around the Marketplace or doing the opposite and ending up never seeing your flatmates for days at a time because you’re chained to your desk!  

We’re here to give you some helpful resources so that you can plan your revision and breaks or get some support if things haven’t gone to plan.  

Most importantly, although it can feel all consuming, your exam performance and your grades do not define you. If you are struggling, please do reach out for help.

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Stay hydrated, keep talking to friends and family, and we wish you the best of luck in your assessments. You’ve got this!

What's On

We’ve got revision sessions if you need a push to sit down and crack on, you can also find some free snacks providing a welcome study break in DH1, as well as some goody bags too.

Exam De-Stress: Online Study Session
April 19, 2024
Exam De-Stress: Online Study Session

Come join our virtual study session tailored for both productivity and relaxation! Whether you're unable to access on-campus study areas or simply prefer online study environments, all students are welcome.

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Exam De-Stress: Quiet Study
April 19, 2024
Exam De-Stress: Quiet Study

Needing a quiet space to relax and revise? Join us in the Greenhouse this April!

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Come to our spaces to pick up a new 2024 wall planner, or take a look at our self care tips.

Heard of the pomodoro technique? Give it a try!  

Looking for a place to revise? See what is available and book study and group spaces.  

StudyZone have guides including practical guidance and revision strategies.

You can see past exam papers for courses and modules here.

Make sure you take a look at our tips for referencing for academic success.


For exam mitigation, you’ll need to apply for evidence-based mitigation. You can find out more information and the forms you will need to fill in on this page. Here is a list of appropriate examples of evidence for mitigation.

If you’re feeling worried or overwhelmed, support is available from your Hub/Info Point and our Advice Team.

Our Advice team also has more information about mitigation.