I hope your revision is going as well as can be expected and that you’ve been able to make use of some our suggestions from the first piece in our exam revision series. We can all relate to the acute pressure when the majority of assessment falls within the space of a month – a whole year’s worth of learning resting on a few hours in the exam room! If you’re a first year student or have not been in higher education for a while, the entire prospect is especially daunting. Of course, it is important not to get overwhelmed or run down – you need to focus all those brain cells and concentrate on revising.
Here are a few thoughts about my own coping mechanisms thus far, as well as some suggestions from the rest of the editorial team here at The Student Lawyer: