By Sarah Moore, Maura Murphy
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This booklet provides over 500 sensible feedback designed to assist tutors identify lively studying among their scholars. Divided into necessary sections the information hide the total diversity of educating and studying occasions and include a 'start anywhere', dip-in source appropriate for either the newcomer and the outdated hand.
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Many of the other sections in this book contain some useful reflections and ideas about how your social life can support, not compete with, your learning and about how you can interact with others in contexts that are neither dependent on nor associated with alcohol. 27 Sleeping enough (but not too much) Sleep is enormously important to you and your well-being. When you are anxious, sleep helps you to deal with stress. When you are busy, it helps you to stay healthy. When you are sick, it allows your body to heal.
If total study abstinence followed by desperate study bingeing becomes the norm in your student life, your overall experience will suffer and you won’t make the most of your capacity to learn. You’ll spend most of your time feeling guilty, exhausted, stressed and resentful. In short, you’ll just have a less satisfying and less satisfactory time. There really is another way to approach your studies, and it doesn’t have to be smothering or restrictive. This other way involves making structured plans to fit short, focused study sessions into your daily, weekly and monthly schedules.
34 How to be a student • Stay vigilant Always keep an eye on any official communication between you and your university. It’s easy to see a standard letter as junk mail, but when it comes to your college experience, some very important information can arrive that may have been sent to hundreds of other people as well. Recognizing that bureaucracy has a purpose can help you to react to it in ways that tend to be more helpful and constructive. Don’t take impersonal communication personally, and find good supports within your university to help you understand and manage the sometimes distant, complicated ways that your university may use to communicate with you.
How to be a student by Sarah Moore, Maura Murphy