- Exercise, it may be the last thing you think you need when studying but exercising (within government guidelines) releases endorphins the brains feel-good neurotransmitter that make you feel energized and more able to deal with your studying.This can include walking, running (both within 5km) or exercises like pushups. Try it out. Hope it helps.
- Get enough sleep, it is tempting to stay up all night to get assignments and your exams done but doing this will lessen your concentration and performance level. Make sure to get at least 7-9 hours a night if possible.
- Avoid junk food, especially those high in sugar as this will lead to to poor concentration and a lack of energy. Aim to eat brain food like fish, nuts or blueberries.
- Make sure you take regular breaks while studying, many studies have studies have shown that we can only concentrate for 30-45 minutes at
- Turn off all social media notifications it will only make you unable to concentrate on your work, turn them off when you're trying to study or do your exams.
- Have a look at past exam questions as they will likely help you guess what questions are coming up in the exams.
- If you're feeling a bit anxious about exams, stop what you're doing, find a quiet place and breath deeply in and out. It allows you to focus better than trying to power through the anxiety.
If you need any additional support don't hesitate to contact the library.