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Trilok’s guide to your first assessment

''Remember to take frequent breaks to continue being efficient over longer periods of time and write down further questions you may have to ask in discussion boards or to your lecturers.'' Session 3 Orientation has been and gone and now it's crunch...

My guide to studying in Session 3.

"Whether it’s a course requirement or you are simply trying to get ahead, there is always a silver lining to putting in the hard yards now." Meg Seis gives her best tips on surviving Session 3 as it fast approaches!

Does Walking Improve Studying Efficiency?

Walking is beneficial for a number of reasons. Going for a walk can improve mental health, your wellbeing and assist with maintaining a healthy lifestyle. When you are studying for long hours, it seems easy to just grab a bite to eat for a quick...

How to survive sitting at a desk for hours

As some student learning is still online at Charles Sturt due to COVID-19, it is important to make sure that you have the tips to help you get through those long days at your desk. Set up a good study space: Having a good study space sets up your...

Unexpected lessons you’ll learn while studying abroad

by Loren Howarth As you prepare to embark on an opportunity of a lifetime, people will say that you’ll become independent, understand other cultures and essentially undertake personal change. But if you’re about to study abroad, there...

Get yourself exam-ready

Get yourself exam-ready

Exam time has rolled around again. Everyone handles the preparation and pressure of exams differently.
Television student Maddie Catanzaro caught up with some students on campus to see how they plan for the final assessments.

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