Exams and looming deadlines can be stressful so Liverpool Guild of Students and the University have been considering ways to ease the pressure at a difficult time in the academic calendar.
Guild President Harry Anderson said: “We know just how hectic this time of year can be with all those exams and deadlines so we want to help you to keep your cool.
“Starting on Monday, 11 January we will be visiting the libraries every lunchtime to give out healthy snacks and loads of encouragement to keep your spirits up.”
Several rooms in the Guild have been opened for students to use for quiet revision including:
- Harold Wilson
- Library room
- Elizabeth Gidney 1
Sessions have been booked out in the Guild PC Suite between Monday, 11 January and Friday, 22 January for students to use.
There are a number of services available to make access to services easier during peak periods:
- PC Finder tool – this service helps students to see where free PC seats are available. There are a number of PC centres outside the two main libraries, so this tool uses GPS location service on the mobile or tablet to locate where you are before displaying the PC availability in centres close to you: http://pcseats.liv.ac.uk/
- Speed stations – Located in the Rendall building, these stations are designed for quick tasks like printing, checking emails or websites – anything which will tie up a PC for less than 30 minutes. For further information please visit: https://www.liverpool.ac.uk/csd/pc-centres/speed-stations/
- Print Anywhere – this service enables students to easily print from their own computer, tablet or mobile device. As well as providing more flexible access to printing, the service helps to reduce demand on campus computers which might otherwise have been tied up to complete simple printing jobs: http://www.liv.ac.uk/csd/printing/print-anywhere/
Extra support is available, particularly if you feel you are suffering from more than a bout of exam nerves. The following are some useful contact details for University support services which are all free and confidential to access:
General exam enquires
0151 794 6750
The Guild advice team is also on hand to offer support. Book an appointment by contacting 0151 794 6868 or email firstname.lastname@example.org.
Harry Anderson added: “Best of luck to everyone doing essays and exams. Remember to take regular breaks, get some sleep, eat properly and plan how you’re going to celebrate when you’re done!”