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Managing your time

Successful study at University isn't just about knowing how to write an essay or pass an exam – to do these things as well as you deserve you have to find a way to manage all the different demands on your time. student with pile of books

That could include not only academic work like lectures and seminars, presentations and research, coursework and revision, but also paid work and time for fitness, fun, friends and family.

In this section you will find resources to help you plan your workload, get organised, and make more effective use of the time you have. For more detailed advice, see the LearnHigher website on Time Management for University Students (also produced by the Study Advice team at the University of Reading).

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The Study Advice service remains open throughout the summer for booked appointments.

The enquiry desk in Room 103 will be open whenever possible.

If the desk is closed, you can contact us by email at

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If you have a query about some aspect of your studies, do have a look at our Study Guides and video tutorials to see if the answers to your queries can be found there.

 

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