Read our advice and find out how Library and Learning Resources can support you in the lead up to your exams.
The Semester 2 May 2023 Exam Timetable is now live on MyAccount. Make sure you know the date, time and location of your exams so you can plan ahead and eliminate stress on the day!
PLEASE NOTE: Exam timetables are subject to change at any time, so please check back regularly to ensure that you have seen the latest version.
Use the LSBU Exam Paper Finder to access past exam papers set by London South Bank University during the past five years.
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Put together by our Information Skills Librarians, browse your Subject Guide for useful subject specific resources that can aid in your revision.
Our support teams are:
You can also browse our Events Calendar for sessions being run by these teams including drop-in sessions where you can ask any questions you may have. Attend as many or as few as you'd like!
Read advice from and access online resources created by the Skills For Learning team:
These videos of maths workshops run by Skills for Learning can help you with your revision. They cover a range of topics tested in foundation and first year modules exams.
Check you can access your LSBU email address and Moodle sites and check them regularly so you don't miss any important updates! If you have any trouble accessing your accounts contact Student IT Support.
It is extremely important that you take care of your wellbeing during the exam period so you can achieve all you want to achieve. To help you manage your exam stress there are a number of resources available to you.
From the week commencing the 8th May, there will be 30 minute appointments available to book with the Mental Health and Wellbeing Team specifically focused on offering support with exam stress. These appointments are live on MyAccount for booking now!
Find a number of events organised by the Mental Health and Wellbeing Team that you can attend during the exam period. Events include Breathwork for Exam Stress and Perfectionism, Procrastination and Approaches to Study where you'll focus on fostering a healthier approach to your studies.
LSBU's Multi Faith Chaplaincy provides pastoral care and support for students from all faith backgrounds and none. They offer an open and non-judgemental service to explore questions of faith and spirituality as well as other life issues.
To get in touch email firstname.lastname@example.org
Taking breaks is extremely important for your wellbeing and can even increase your productivity during long study sessions. If you're studying on campus, here are some of our recommendations.
Grab a drink or something to eat from one of our Food Outlets on campus. There are also Meal Deals available at some outlets. You can find more information, including opening times and what they serve on myLSBU.
There are water fountains located outside each of the doors of our Southwark Campus Library
Head to Training Room 3 in the LSBU Hub to visit the Relaxation Station, your space to unwind and take a deep breath during this busy period. There is colouring, crosswords, sudoku, jigsaw puzzles and origami set up to help you relax and overcome exam stress.
The Relaxation Station will be open between 10am and 5pm but there will be activity sheets left out by the sofas for you to access after the room is closed.
Getting some fresh air and a change of scenery can help to relieve stress and improve your concentration when you resume studying.
Use the breakout and outdoor spaces on campus to socialise with your friends and coursemates. Take your mind off your studies and check in with each other's wellbeing.
Take your mind off your stress by completing our puzzle of Rosie the LSBU Library Llama!
Browse FAQs about exams including arranging adjustments, managing stress and what to do if you miss an exam.
Make sure you check our opening hours if you're planning on using our library spaces to study. Our Southwark Campus Library is open 24 hours a day Monday to Thursday!
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There are a number of online resources on Moodle to help minimise and aid you in coping with your stress levels.