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Find a Study Desk
Find available desks in libraries and study centres, which are counted at regular intervals to suggest how busy study spaces are: www.bris.ac.uk/where-is-my
Operating Monday-Friday until 2 June to support you through the Summer assessment revision period.
Study Skills tutorials
Drop-in tutorials for Exams and Revision Techniques run on Wednesdays and Fridays 1-2 pm in the Pod in Beacon House. There’s no need to book, just turn up. Tutorials run until 26 May.
This is an opportunity to discuss your exam and revision techniques in a confidential, safe space with an experienced and professional tutor. Got a question you’re not sure if you should ask? This is the place to ask it! bristol.ac.uk/studyskills
What to do if things go wrong
If you’re affected by illness or unexpected events during the assessment period, see the Student Guide to Extenuating Circumstances and the Students’ Health Service for help and support. We wish you all the best. www.bristolsu.org.uk/justask/extenuating-circumstances
Preparing for your exams
Before your exam make sure you’re ready and have the information you need. Make sure you know what is and what is not expected of you in an exam and read our Code of Conduct for Examinations. More guidance is available at www.bristol.ac.uk/directory/exams/exam-day.
- Check your timetable
StudentInfo will show you the time of your individual exams and clicking on the venue name will give a Google Map.
- Make sure you’ve got your Student UCard
You are required to bring it to all your examinations and display it on your desk so an invigilator can check it.
- Desk numbering You will be allocated a numbered desk you must sit at. Check your numbers on the list posted outside each exam venue about 30 minutes before the exam is due to start.