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Study skills

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Top 10 Study Tips from the Library

Students at the Curtin Library have compiled their top 10 study tips to help you get through this upcoming exam…

UniPASS Myths

UniPASS sessions are a great way to help with revising not only in preparation for upcoming tests and exams but…

How to stop procrastinating (today!)

Procrastination happens to us all at some point – with deadlines looming, it’s easy to put off doing your work.…

Five must-do online study skills programs from the Library

The Robertson Library offers a variety of online programs to help students improve your academic study, writing, numeracy and ITC…

How to edit and proofread your essays

Editing and proofreading your essays can be a chore, especially when you’re already time-poor. Read through these useful tips to…

Haven’t done an exam in a while? Here’s what you need to know

Whether you’re about to sit your first university exam or just need a refresher, here are some basic things that…

How to take better lecture notes

You’re probably going to spend a lot of time at university taking notes, so mastering the art of effective note-taking…

Simple ways to study more effectively

Exams can be a nerve-racking experience. You’re having to recall a semesters worth of knowledge and communicate it effectively, all…

Tips to help you master essay writing

Knowing how to write a good essay is not only a requirement in your academic studies, but they are a…

How to convert to online study

Whether for the timetable flexibility, or the ease of studying from home, many Curtin students find themselves switching to studying…

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