PASS exam and coursework support

PASS (Passing Assessment Student Support) week is a series of workshops and initiatives led by Academic Learning Development in collaboration with Library, Counselling, Interfaith, Disability Learning Support and IT Training, to help students coping with and succeeding at exams, re-sits, and dissertations.

The workshops cover areas such as:

  • revision techniques
  • exam questions
  • managing stress
  • mindfulness
  • dissertation research and writing

For the academic year 2016-2017, PASS week will be taking place in December, March and June. More information will be available before each PASS week.

Feedback from students 

"It helped to clear my mind and have different ideas to revise for my exams in the future"

"I learnt new methods of how to be more relaxed when taking exams"

"I feel a lot more confident now, especially knowing specific ways to organise my work and my time"

"very encouraging with lots of tips and advice"

"I now understand what kind of learner I am and I learnt new techniques to apply for my revision"

"I have a better understanding of how important brainstorming is before starting the exam"

For the academic year 2016-2017, PASS week will be taking place in December, March and June. More information will be available before each PASS week.

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Library and IT

Search for books, check library opening hours, find IT locations, training and more.

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Researching your assignments

Top tips on tackling your coursework.