Helping you study
Making the most of your timeSubscription
Successfully studying to be a nurse is no mean feat. Ann Shuttleworth looks at the small steps you can take to progress in leaps and bounds
Gold digging: perfecting your literature search Subscription
When you’re producing academic work, you’ll gain the most marks by demonstrating you’ve done a thorough search for evidence, so here’s how to do it
Top marks: writing the best essaySubscription
Essay writing is a skill that can be learned, so make sure you’re at the top of the class
How to calm your exam nervesSubscription
When every exam you take feels like the end of the world, what steps can you take to conquer your anxiety?
Revising: overcome stress and aim for successSubscription
Struggling to find revision inspiration, and feeling alone in your frustration? There are ways to ease your revision stress
How to beat procrastinationSubscription
Do you find yourself alphabetising your CD collection or scrubbing the floor when you’ve an essay due first thing tomorrow? These tips could help you crack on instead of getting sidetracked
How to create a work/life balanceSubscription
Working on your placement can be mentally and physically exhausting. Add in university and a social life and your calendar is already filling up. So how do you go about creating a balance?
Nursing courses face axe at London universitiesSubscription
England’s biggest funder of adult nurse training has decided to cut places by nearly a quarter, leaving the future of some of the best known nursing courses in doubt.
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 …
Mapped out: your revision timetableSubscription
Use these tips to get organised and bid farewell to revision stress