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Three fun ways to prepare for the dreaded exam period

Let’s be honest, exams aren’t the best thing in the world. It can be a stressful time, especially if you are aiming for a particular result. A lot of late nights up studying, a lot of notes taken and revision, and if you are lucky, the...

A letter to my first-year self

If I could send a letter back in time, back to my former first-year self, I would. When I started my uni journey in 2015, I had no idea what to expect. What happens in a lecture? And why is it different to a tutorial? What happens between classes...

How I make study work for me

How I make study work for me

Social Work student, mother-of-four, and University leader Rebecca Worner has one important study tip: “Do whatever works for you.” “Don’t compare yourself too much to other people, and think what you’re doing is...

Find a study method that works for you this exam period

As a student, it’s likely you will be studying a lot, especially heading towards exams. But have you ever thought about how you study? Research has shown that students perform better on exams if they study in a way that is best suited to their own...

Use Podcasts for Your Benefit

Podcasts have become a very useful platform for influencers and the news alike, however it can also be a tool for university students. Being audio, podcasts can be listened to pretty much anywhere, whether that be on your daily commute, in the...

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5 cool things you can do in the new Student Portal!

The new Student Portal was released late last year, if you were studying over session three, you might have figured it all out. However, if you took a break or this is your first session at Charles Sturt read on to get the most out of your portal...

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