This will be followed by some simple steps of preparation and self-organisation before and during exams, with particular emphasis on time-management and conciseness.
Topics covered will include the generation of ideas, structuring and planning of answers and the checking and editing of your answer script.
To reserve a place on any of the following seminars, please sign up on the Downing College Tutorial Site for Students (Seminars and Workshops) on the Moodle online booking facility.
This will be available from Monday 8 October onwards.
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Course requirements: Title of a piece of academic writing, notes, pens and an A4 notepad.
Open to graduate and undergraduate students (save those reading Computer Science, Engineering, Mathematics, Biological Natural Sciences, Physical Natural Sciences, Medical Sciences, Veterinary Sciences and Psychological & Behavioural Sciences).
This fourth seminar, led by Richard Berengarten, is a practical session which directly involves you in the planning and organisation of your own revision and in actively preparing your personal strategies before and during exams.
The session will take you through the procedures of setting up a revision plan of your own that is both realistic and achievable, including some hints and tips to help you adhere to your programme.