Feeling stressed? With Trimester 3 exams approaching, your personal wellbeing might be the last thing on your mind.
The Library has compiled the following resources to help relieve some of those exam-time pressures and keep your wellbeing in check:
Prepare for exams
Visit the Library’s Prepare for exams webpage for advice on how to develop your study skills and manage your time. You’ll also find some handy exam day tips including a video from ASAPThought on beating exam anxiety.
Looking after your mental and physical wellbeing is even more important during times of high stress, such as exams. Griffith’s Online Health and Wellness Centre provides information and support for:
- Managing stress
- Balancing work and study
- Healthy sleeping
- Exercise and movement
- Kicking unhealthy habits
- and more.
Visit their Healthy living webpage for info sheets, videos, self-help tools and a variety of other resources to help you manage your wellbeing.
Give yourself space
Is your study space too noisy? Finding it difficult to concentrate? Sometimes a change of scenery can help you get in the right state of mind. Try studying in a different room, at the park, find a quiet spot at your Library or book a group study space if you study better with friends.
If the exam-time pressures are becoming difficult to handle, don’t be afraid to reach out and ask for some help:
- The Online Health and Wellness Centre provides support for a range of issues, even if you’re not quite sure what you need.
- Your Course Convenor is there to answer questions about your course content and exam requirements. You can also reach out to your lecturer or tutor.
- Student Connect has the answers when it comes to enrolment, program structure, deferring exams and other administrative questions.
- The Library is here to support your study with our services and resources. For specialist advice, use our online Get help from the Library form.