How To Be A Student: 100 Great Ideas And Practical Habits For Students Everywhere
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You will find the key information about how each component of a module will be assessed and also what to do if you fail remediation in the Assessment section of the Module Descriptor for each of your registered modules. Once you register to a module, the published assessment will only change in exceptional circumstances, this should be communicated to you in advance of the assessment.
All assessments are important in developing your learning. For example, assessments in the early weeks are designed to give you an early indication of your own progress. In order to do well in a module you will need to: Use the indicated readings and other learning resources to prepare for your assessments.
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How to be a Student: 100 Great Ideas and Practical Habits for Students Everywhere
Understand the assessment criteria and check your own work to see how well it meets these before you hand it in. Ask your lecturer for feedback on assessed work and guidance on how to improve your next piece of work. As many students today use mobile phones for their calendar scheduling, I think an update would help, because the authors extol two wall calendars for various aspects of the college year, but a phone is simpler and you have it with you.
Also they suggest keeping careful track of reference sources on paper; today special software like Zotera does it very well, and most of your reading will be on line. Some of the articles are focused on the aspirational, how college will make you a wiser person open to questioning the world. Well, it will, but a book of this nature might be expected to include advice like making lists so you don't have to keep remembering items in your phone if needed ; doing assignments swiftly so they don't mount up; and given many students are taking office type subjects, bulleted points instead of all essay style.
Notes on core reading should, I feel, include tracking your reading on Goodreads and reviewing each book there as you read it.
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Most books will be from the college library so you can't underline. I would also advise students to assess banks carefully when it comes to taking a student loan. Some people take a student loan from the bank that offers a gift or is nearest the college gate.
That bank knows it will have you trapped, paying interest and running a current account for many years, maybe your whole life. The bank may be about to close all its branches and go online only, or it doesn't have a good network of ATMs, or it charges more interest than most. Maybe it doesn't lend for mortgages, but you are hoping to use repaying a loan as evidence that you can repay a mortgage. Not mentioned in the book. Have fun, colour coding notes and pulling all-nighters only if you have to I'm sure you'll find this book useful.
I read the paperback from Open University Press and I was a bit annoyed to find some American spellings.
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