ADVICE | Exam and Welfare Tips

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Everyone from BPP Students’ Association wishes you the best of luck in your upcoming assessments.

The Independent Advice Team understand that it can be a really stressful period for you and we appreciate that you might need further guidance if you are unsure about your wellbeing in the run up to the exams, so we encourage you to view our webpages so you are fully aware of what to do if things go wrong.

We also have a handy revision guide available here

It’s really important to ensure that you take time out of your studies to relax and refresh your mind. Watch that festive film, or meet up with friends as when you get back to your studies your brain will feel refreshed and able to take on new information.

You can contact us if you have any questions surrounding your exams here. If during the festive period, things get difficult and you feel that you have no one to speak to, you can call the Samaritans on 116 123 or visit their website: https://www.samaritans.org/ . Whatever you’re going through, you can call them for free 24 hours a day. 

Good Luck #YouCanDoIt!

COME AND ASK US The Students’ Association Independent Advice Team will be in BPP Croydon between 4-8th January to support LLB Students and in the ExCel Arena between 9-11th to support Business School students taking exams. Look out for us and our lucky pens!

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