It’s almost exam time and you may be aware that you can bring a memory aid into selected exams. But what is a memory aid and how do you make the most of this opportunity? We’re glad you asked. We have here a little guide to creating a memory aid that’s going to help you …
How do you justify and apply yourself to study, whilst you’re dodging your housemates as they ask for your share of the rent and you’re eating pasta sauce on toast (recipe enquiries welcome).
Navigator speaks with Student Transition Officer from the Centre for Teaching and Learning, Alison Hillier, on the best ways you can revise for your upcoming exams.
Cramming the night before can only get you so far. Navigator take you through how to be more successful in your exams by upping your revision game.
"There is something really exciting about coming to work every day in an environment where you just don’t know what to expect."
Have you ever wondered what life is like for someone with a disability? Well, it’s challenging! I live with a form of cerebral palsy that affects my body movement, muscle control, and balance.
It’s important to know you’re not alone when studying at UON. Find out where you can find help for whatever you’re struggling with.
They're your in-person support on campus to help keep you on track and check your written work, so you’ll be reeling in those HDs in no time.
Save yourself the headache of driving around in circles and figure out the best ways to nab a park at Callaghan campus.