There is lots of help available from the Library and University to support you during your exams:
- because we’re open 24/7 you can revise at whatever time of day suits you best
- if you need silence to revise we can help with that too – there are silent study areas in each Library
- if you need a PC to work on remember you can use the IT Labs if there isn’t a class in progress (see the timetables outside the rooms) or borrow one of the self-service laptops
- we have lots of books on exam techniques (see our display on the ground floor of the Library)
- have a look at our Exam Success Wake for advice and links to help you with your revision
- you can request a tutorial to help you revise and prepare for exams and there are also resources on exam preparation and revision and time management on the Skills for Learning website
- find out where your exam takes place (and what time!) before the day so that you know where you are going – there is information on the Student Hub pages, plus advice on what to do if you are ill and what you need with you for the exam
- make sure you take regular breaks – water coolers in each Library can help you keep hydrated
- look after your wellbeing – see our Pinterest Board for ideas or listen to our relaxing music playlist plus a motivational list too for you to listen to depending on your mood!
- don’t chat when others are working in silence
- don’t use the PCs for social networking when others need to work
- and don’t “save” study spaces by leaving your belongings on them
Good luck! And remember to Contact Us if you need any help
From 15 December 2017 you will no longer be able to access the archived copy of your Gmail account. This is because in September 2017 the University introduced new Microsoft student email accounts for all students.
We moved all your content (including contacts and email categories) to your new account at that time. If you re-started your course after 31 October you’ll need to contact Student IT Support for help to move content from your old Gmail account.
To access your Microsoft email account login with your University email address and usual login details via the Office 365 portal.
If you’ve not yet set up your devices to receive your emails or are encountering any problems please see our IT Support pages for help.
You can still use all the other Google applications including Google Drive.
The MyBeckett upgrade is now complete. If you have any problems please Contact Us
We upgrade the system every year to make sure it’s in the best shape possible to support you and we need time to complete the upgrade and to test the system so that MyBeckett is in full working order when it comes back online for you to use.
We usually carry out the upgrade over the summer to minimise disruption during the teaching year. This was not possible last summer as we had to postpone our annual MyBeckett upgrade, originally scheduled for week beginning 31 July 2017, in order to allow time for us to work with colleagues and suppliers to resolve a technical issue with the new version which emerged very late in the usual upgrade timeline.
Unfortunately, we are unable to postpone the upgrade beyond the 15th January 2018 due to a major risk to the functionality of the system if we do not upgrade before this date.
What if I need to access links I normally get through MyBeckett?
Although you won’t be able to access Turnitin or your Modules and their content during this time, there are still plenty of University services which will be fully available:
What happens after the upgrade?
When the upgrade period is over, the login page will display as normal and you will be able to access MyBeckett.