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Osteopathy: Revision and exams

Mae'r dudalen hon hefyd ar gael yn Gymraeg

On this page you can find:

  • advice on accessing library resources in the lead up to and during your remote exams
  • support offered by the Centre for Academic Success
  • some of eBooks that might help you prepare for your exams. 

Your Reading list - iFind Reading

Link to iFind Reading

The reading list for your module is an essential source of revision material. You can find your module reading list by searching iFindReading or going to the reading list section of Blackboard or Canvas. 

Online Library

Online Library

The library has created an Online Library guide. Here you can find advice and support to help you use the library's resources online. 

Other support from the University

Centre for Academic Success

The Centre for Academic Success is available to help you develop your academic study skills. They offfer a range of courses, workshops and one-to-one tutorials. 

eBooks to help you prepare for exams

The Exam Skills Handbook

This book provides a set of strategies and techniques that build to a plan for achieving your best possible exam performance. It gives practical step-by-step guidance in long-term planning for optimal performance through to last minute revision strategies. 

How to Succeed in Exams and Assessments

This book will help you to assess and address you particular weaknesses in revising, preparing for and succeeding in exams and assessments.  

Passing Exams for Dummies

This guide provides tips on how to change your mindset, improve how you learn and revise, control your anxiety, and get good marks. 

eBooks to help with the stress of exams

Mindfulness for students

Using a unique combination of mindfulness-based techniques and study skills, this book shows students how to apply mindfulness to their studies and everyday life in simple, practical steps. 

Overcoming Anxiety, Stress and Panic: a Five Areas Approach

Overcoming Anxiety, Stress and Panic uses the proven and trusted five areas model of cognitive behavioural therapy (CBT) to help people experiencing a range of symptoms associated with these conditions.