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Exam support

 Find out how you can access support during your exams and assessments.

As a College, we understand that the exam and assessment period can be an anxious time, but there are people and resources available who can help and support you so that you can succeed in your goals. Find out more about accessing support below.


CeDAS, the Centre for the Development of Academic Skills, can help you to improve your exam techniques and help you with exam-related maths or stats questions. They offer group sessions, one-to-one tutorials, drop-ins and a range of self-study resources all tailored towards your subject area. Discover more.


Whilst completing assessments and revising for exams it’s important to remember to look after your mental health and wellbeing – try to take regular breaks and get outside as much as possible. We all manage and respond to stress and anxiety in different ways, however, if you are particularly concerned about your wellbeing, or that of a friend, please don’t hesitate to reach out and speak directly to our Wellbeing team. Discover more.


Our Library offers a variety of study spaces, reading lists, course materials such as text books, as well library loan laptops. Additionally, Founder's Reading Room is open for individual, silent study. It can be accessed via the South Tower and will be open 24 hours a day providing you with a place to study overnight when the Emily Wilding Davison building is closed. Discover more.

Secrets to Exam Success

Feeling stressed about exams? Wondering what to do after you've opened that first exam paper? Not sure how to revise effectively? Check out this special edition podcast on the secrets to exam success brought to you by CeDAS (the Centre for the Development of Academic Skills) and your VP Education, Maia Jarvis. Tune in to this lively panel discussion to discover top tips for revision, techniques for dealing with pre-exam nerves and expert advice on how to ace your exams. 


If you are looking for study tips to get you motivated, hear from second year Physics student, Yana, who gives her tips in the video below.