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Improve your study habits

An important aspect of beginning a new programme of study is to find out how, when and where you study most effectively. One relevant consideration is whether you get more work done in the university library or at home?

Make the most of group work

Group work is an important part of being a university student and you can have great benefit of a well-functioning study group. In the long run, there is a lot for you to gain by investing time and energy in making your study group work.

Academic argumentation

As a student at university you need to argue for your claims when you communicate on academic matters - whether it is orally or in writing. You have to present academic acceptable supporting reasons for your claims.

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