Study Well

From Monday 11 May to Friday 5 June The SU will be promoting activities and resources to help us study well during assessments.

This years assessments may present new and additional stresses, due to the current Covid-19 situation and we are aware that it won’t be easy for some, but we would like to reassure you that support is available should you need it.

Our fantastic team at The SU Advice & Support Centre are able offer confidential, independent and non- judgemental information, advice and support if you are experiencing any problems. If you've had a personal circumstance that might have affected your performance in exams, The SU Advice & Support Centre can help guide through your options including Individual Mitigating Circumstances.

To feel prepared for online assessments we recommend familiarising yourself with the following University guidance: Guide to Assessment 2019/20 and Online Assessment Submission Guidance.

Looking after ourselves is arguably the most important thing we can do during assessment season and we will be providing ideas, tips and resources to support wellbeing on Corona Community. If you have any suggestions to share with others, please get in touch and get involved on the Corona Community!

Follow The SU on Facebook and Instagram for updates and tips and tricks.

 

Resources for studying and wellbeing 

There are plenty of resources available to keep you feeling well during the assessment season, see below for our top picks.

'Exam Stress' podcast  Listen to this podcast for useful tips and techniques to help deal with stress.

'Stay focused in Exam Season' blog find out how University of Bath student Divija maintains focus during assessments.

'Managing Stress for Exams’ reading list There are three useful sections to this reading list, which focus on different aspects of exams preparation, including managing stress, revision/ study skills and planning your coursework, which you might find helpful. 

'Read Well' reading list The Library have a made a selection of wellbeing books available online, covering self-help topics such as anxiety, stress and personal development. To access reading for leisure we recommend joining Bath’s Public Library Service, find out more information here.

'Space from Stress' modules these bite-sized modules available through Silvercloud may offer some help with managing stress and developing resilience.

'Stay In, Work Out' fitness timetable  TeamBath have produced a weekly schedule of activity, to help boost fitness whilst staying at home. Physical activity is proven to reduce stress levels, increase feelings of happiness and even improve memory and cognitive performance.

'Five Pillars of Wellbeing' video  this video provides an introduction to practical steps for improving wellbeing

'Student Minds' online resources here you can find a wide range of information on different challenges University life can bring, including exam stress.

 

On going Support

The SU Advice & Support Centre are operating virtually to continue to offer the support you may need.

Library resources and services are available online, and staff are here to help.  Get in touch with the team at library@bath.ac.uk. Follow the Library website Instagram and blog for Library news and updates, as well as help and advice on revising and accessing resources and support from home.

Student Services are available if you need support with assessments or any other problems you may be facing. All services are currently being run virtually.

Skills Centre are delivering one to one writing tutorials for specific questions on a piece of writing, available until 6 June. Maths and Statistics drop-ins will also be available to access between 11:00 -13:00 (BST) throughout the assessment season.