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More Books – Your Books!

The Library recently packed its shelves with your personal requests for the “More Books – Your Books!” scheme. Which departments placed the most requests? Which books were most popular? Read to find out… by Chris Bradford For the last few years the library has been quietly running patron driven e-book selection schemes, whereby large collections […]

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How to kick-start your dissertation

If you haven’t yet started your dissertation, or are struggling to feet your feet, don’t panic. If you’re an undergraduate perhaps you’re battling with how to actually start writing – if you’re a postgraduate maybe you’re just struggling to get the ball rolling. You’re probably thinking “where do I start?” … by Amy Preston I’m […]

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Balancing Sport and Study

Once again, Warwick defeated Coventry in the annual Varsity games. For many, sport is the highlight of university, but balancing a sport with a degree has never been the easiest. Here’s some advice for how to best succeed in both your studies and your sporting commitments… by Kumail Jaffer Across the pond in the U.S., being […]

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Spring clean your study habits

Spring cleaning shouldn’t only mean daring to look on the top shelf of your cupboard or revamping your wardrobe – your study habits could also use a refresh at this time of year. Read on for a few key pointers to keep your year on track…By Rachael Davies Despite winter trying to cling on for […]

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Top Library Tips from your Library Student Associates

As librarians, we spend a lot of time (particularly in week 1!) telling you things we feel you need to know about the Library. So here instead we have asked this year’s lovely Library Associates what they think you should know. Here are their Top 5 Tips, with some very valuable advice… by Kate Courage Tip […]

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A Guide to Prioritising your Time

Things can start to feel overwhelming at the end of Term 2. Is it even possible to get everything done on time? Yes!  Here’s five tips how to more efficiently prioritise your time during these hectic final weeks of term… By Amy Preston As we’re approaching the end of Term 2, things can start feeling […]

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Top 10 Schools in Delhi/NCR – Top Best Schools

The 2015 Education After 12th – C fore Top Schools Survey gave scores to each school in 14 parameters, 14 parameters are academic excellence,sports and  individual attention to students. Here is a survey at how schools have fared compared to last year’s rankings, competence of teachers, as a guide for parents and school authorities on school performances. Overall […]

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Types of Engineering – Courses list – Career in Engineering and Colleges

Types of Engineering : Agricultural & Biosystems Automotive Engineering Electronics and Telecommunications Geological Engineer Chemical Engineering Civil Engineering Computer Science Engineering Electrical Engineering Aeronautical Engineering Environmental Engineering Industrial Engineering Drafting and Design Engineering Manufacturing Engineering Materials Science Mechanical Engineering Nuclear Engineering Petroleum Engineering Marine Engineers Biomedical Engineering Common Questions about Engineering Course : Ques : […]

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Full Checklist for Passing a Comprehensive Exam

Comprehensive exams can be tough, but with good comprehensive writing skills, success is inevitable. Typically, the first step is to prepare well for them and the second step is the actual writing. The first step involves the following: a) Being an Everyday Writer Writing is one thing you cannot do without as an undergraduate or […]

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