Senior nurse lecturer, Gareth Partington, spills the beans on how to avoid common first year academic pit falls
Escape five common classroom troublesSubscription
Struggling with coursework? Can’t explain your low marks? We’re here to clear up any classroom pitfalls you may encounter
First time: how to get the most from a lectureSubscription
Top tips for getting the most from your time inside the lecture hall
At 30 years old, with an 8 month old son, I was worried how I would fit in when I started my access nursing course.
The first time: dealing with deadlinesSubscription
If writing essays is new to you, your first deadline might seem incredibly daunting. But that’s where we can help
When I am given an assignment brief I always feel a sense of panic.
An easy guide to mmolsSubscription
Every nurse is familiar with seeing mol, mmol and occasionally µmol written on vials and infusion packs.
Writing clearly and concisely is a real skill.
Mapped out: your revision timetableSubscription
Use these tips to get organised and bid farewell to revision stress
Copycat: why some students plagiariseSubscription
With pressure from academic deadlines and constraints on time it’s easy to fall into the plagiarism trap and seek what you might think to be the easy option. But copying someone else’s work really isn’t worth it, and here’s why …