Students share their tips on how they study smarter and look after themselves during the busy exam period.
Good time management can help you study smarter, not harder. Study tip brought to you by Tahu-Potiki Te Maro-Doran—a Health and Psychology student.
Prioritising your sleep is important for keeping your mind sharp for study. Study tip brought to you by Nohorua Parata—a Film, Media Studies, and Te Reo Māori student.
Taking short breaks and getting active will help refresh your mind and get you back into your study. Study tip brought to you by Law and Arts student Macy Duxfield.
Taking the time to create organised notes can help you understand and revise course content. Study tip brought to you by Health student Te Mapihi Tutua-Nathan.
Get prepared with everything you need for your exam—a good pen, your student ID card, and a water bottle. Study tip brought to you by Health student Tejay Owens.
Creating a productive study space with everything you need—course notes, snacks, a good playlist—will help you stay focused. Study tip brought to you by Teeikura Anarina Moe Marsters-Herewini—a Law and Arts student.
When it comes to studying, two minds can be better than one—small study groups = more brain power. Study tip brought to you by Commerce student Hirini Edwards, and Arts student Ruiha Evans.