Student Stress

Looking for Student Accommodation in London for the Spring Semester?

If you are starting or returning to your studies later in the year, specifically around the January start time, finding accommodation can often be a tricky challenge. Most of your peers, especially those who began in the September or October, will have had their housing sorted since the summer and so you often find that […]

My University Experience (Guest Blog)

As I’m sitting here on A-level results day, finding out if many of my friends have or haven’t got into university this year, it’s scary that I was in their position a year ago. The amount of stress I had to go through trying to get my A level predicted grades up was immense. It […]

3 Helpful Tips to Avoid Burnout During Exams

Exams are a crucial part of education and the source of stress for most students. A little stress is healthy, but if it takes precedence over your ability to concentrate, you won’t be performing at your usual best. Therefore, it’s very important to manage some of that stress, before it results into burnout. Read the […]

Useful study tips – Part two

 You feel like you have a good study routine, but somehow your techniques haven’t had much success. Sometimes filing your notes neatly or going to bed early, just isn’t enough. So if you are open to new ideas, try the following study tips which can improve your studies. 1. Use test conditions To make sure […]

Useful study tips – Part one

You feel like you have a good study routine, but somehow your techniques haven’t had much success. Sometimes filing your notes neatly and going to bed early, just isn’t enough. So if you are open to new ideas, try the following study tips which can improve your studies. 1. Pomodoro technique Are you easily distracted […]