Conquer Study Stress!

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McGraw-Hill Education (UK), Dec 1, 2007 - Education - 101 pages
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This book will help you by showing how to beat twenty of the most common causes of student stress. It describes the symptom, gives a diagnosis and offers tried and tested remedies.
 

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Contents

Chapter 1 Stressed out by induction
1
Chapter 2 Intimidated by monster reading lists
6
Chapter 3 Reading takes forever
9
Chapter 4 On a different planet from your teachers
13
Chapter 5 Kneedeep in notes
17
Chapter 6 Suffering from writers block
20
Chapter 7 Mystified by essay topics
26
Chapter 8 Demoralized by negative feedback
30
Chapter 13 Spooked by the plagiarism police
55
Chapter 14 Getting good marks for coursework poor marks in exams
61
Chapter 15 Terrified by the prospect of exams
66
Chapter 16 In a project group sabotaged by a freerider
70
Chapter 17 Hopeless at time management
75
Chapter 18 Tonguetied in seminars
82
Chapter 19 Unsure about the quality of counselling
90
Chapter 20 Feeling like dropping out
94

Chapter 9 Let down by poor spelling
35
Chapter 10 Stumped for a dissertation subject
40
Chapter 11 Bored with reviewing the literature
46
Chapter 12 Feeling your opinion is worthless
52
Notes and references
100
Back cover
105
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DR PETER LEVIN worked until recently as an educational developer, specializing in providing one-to-one study support for students, at the London School of Economics and Political Science, UK. Originally trained as a physicist, he was previously a lecturer in social policy at LSE, and is the author ofMaking Social Policy(Open University Press, 1997).

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