|Date:||06/12/2023 17:00 - 18:00 Live||Register|
This workshop is designed for students with specific learning differences such as dyslexia and those who identify with being Neurodivergent. This workshop will explore a range of revision strategies and preparation methods for exams. The aim of the workshop is to support you to create a revision process which works for you. This can help to build your confidence and reduce overwhelm in the run up to the exam period. We will discuss strategies for breaking down exam questions and time planning under exam conditions. Although we won't have time to consider all exam types, we will consider how to adapt revision strategies and general exam techniques for short-timed written exams, multiple choice exams and longer timed assessments, such as a 48 hour assessment. There will be opportunities to ask questions related to your own work and share experiences with others, in a small, informal group setting.
The Student Disability and Inclusion Team present a series of Group Workshops throughout the year which are provided for students with a wide range of specific learning differences, disabilities and neurodiverse conditions. For some sessions you do not need a formal diagnosis to join the workshops. Check the Student Disability & Wellbeing events page to book a workshop. Further details around locations and times will be provided at the time of booking.