Assessments and deadlines are looming, and you need a bit of a pick me up.
Never fear – from Monday 15 May to Friday 26th May, we’ll be helping you to Keep Your Cool by giving out free fruit and good wishes every lunch time at the Sydney Jones and Harold Cohen libraries (there may be some free ice creams on the last Friday, too).
To make study time that bit easier for you, the Free PC Seats websitehas also been updated and uses GPS on your phone or laptop to tell you where there are free PCs on campus and even give you directions how to get there.
What’s more, as part of Library on Tour, several rooms around the Guild building will be open and free for you to use for quiet revision.
Please feel free to come along and make use of these rooms:
These study spaces will be staffed and we will loan laptops for use in these rooms.They will be open 9am until 5pm on weekdays, and 9am until 9pm on weekends.
Good luck with your essays and exams from everyone at the Guild. Remember to take regular breaks, get some sleep, eat properly and plan how you’re going to celebrate when you’re done!
If you feel you’re suffering from more than exam nerves, the following University support services are all free and confidential:
University Counselling Service
0151 794 3304
Mental Health Advisory Service
0151 794 2320
Disability Advice and Guidance Team
0151 794 4174
General exam enquiries
0151 794 6750
Do you feel that your exams have been impacted byextenuating circumstances, such as ill health? If so,please visit our extenuating circumstances page for further information.
Our advice team is also on hand to offer support – you can find out their drop-in times by calling 0151 794 6868,or by firstname.lastname@example.org