Read our step-by-step guides to find past exam papers, as well as borrow a laptop for free and other study support tools.
Download a revision timetable template and read our top tips for ‘making the most of revision and exams’.
And if you're struggling to find your focus, check out this blog post from one of our alumna.
Exam rules and regulations
Get information about how to access your personal Exam timetable, as well as advice for candidates (any student sitting an exam), how to prepare for your exam, as well as what not to do in the exam hall!
Also, make sure you know exactly where your next exam is being held, download the Herts Mobile app and use the wayfinding feature. You don't need the additional stress of being late or missing your exam because you didn't look up where to go.
Keeping a healthy mind
Our Student Wellbeing team have some fantastic self-help resources on everything from improving your concentration levels while studying, and advice to help you sleep better, to some really excellent guides to dealing with anxiety and depression. Or you can get in touch.
Making time to get away from your books and get some exercise can improve concentration levels and help you manage any feelings of stress. Check out the Active Students timetable, packed with free classes and activities to get you moving.
You might also find these resources useful:
- Herts SU academic support including study sessions
- Student Minds exam stress resources
- UCAS undergraduate exams - managing stress
- NHS exam stress self-help
Good luck. We know you’ll smash it!