Leeds Beckett has loads of resources ready and waiting for you that could help you secure an awesome mark.
If you are struggling on an assignment or worried about an exam your first port of call should be your lecturer for that module. They should be able to provide support at their drop ins or by email, just ask…
Skills for Leaning
Skills for Learning is designed to help you develop essential academic skills such as essay writing, time management, referencing and IT skills.
You can access a range of self-help online resources, attend workshops and arrange one-to-one tutorials.
The library is the central hub of learning at Leeds Beckett. It offers subject support, IT support, numerous resources and also provides a learning space for all needs, whether that be silent study or group study rooms.
Your Academic Advisor will teach on your course and is there to support your academic development, providing advice on how to get the most out of your learning experience and about related opportunities and career paths.
If you don’t already know who your academic advisor is you can email firstname.lastname@example.org.
The Disability Advice Team offers support, information and guidance on any disability related matters within our University.
Support that students have found useful include exam or assessment adjustments (e.g. extra time, use of a PC, etc.) and support with reading and research (e.g. extended book loans, assistance to locate or/and collect research material, access to alternative formats, etc).
If you are submitting an assignment through Turnitin, the library has prepared a guide to ensure everything goes as smoothly as possible, click here.
For more specific exam guidance and exam timetable, click here.