Exam and revision wellbeing

Preparing to go to university can be an exciting time in your life, but we know that you need to get through exam time first. To help you look after your mental health and wellbeing, we've put together some tips and videos which we hope you find useful. 

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Our top five tips

Feeling overwhelmed by upcoming exams? Kate shares her top five behaviours to adopt when tackling exams and assessments.

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Study with me

Missing a study partner to keep you motivated? Grab your revision notes and join second-year student Tiff while she studies for her upcoming exams. Choose your preferred background music from one of our three videos.

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Nature's tonic

Did you know that simply taking a walk in nature can reduce your anxiety levels? Our Nature Connectedness Research Group suggest some ways that you can use nature as a tool for better mental wellbeing.

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Revision break music

Reward your study with an energy-boosting mix of some of our favourite upbeat tracks right now.

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We're here to support you

Life as a university student is exciting and fun, but it can also feel daunting at times. We offer a range of services to support you during your application and when you start studying with us.

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Could you be stressed?

Stress is the body’s reaction to feeling threatened or under pressure. Noticing when we’ve slipped into stress is one of the first steps to overcoming the hurdle. Have a read through the symptoms of stress and how you can tackle it. 

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