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Whether it’s your favourite snack, specific coloured sticky notes, or a jamming playlist, somethings are just a study must have. These change from person to person, so we rounded up some advice from current students to help you nail your next study session.
While we all know we have to ‘hustle’ to get where we want to go in life; study, completing assignments, group projects and preparing for exams can be very unappealing. So here are our tips to keep motivated and moving towards your study goals.
These are unprecedented times, and creating a structure, a daily routine, will provide great comfort when everything feels slightly chaotic.
Be prepared and you’ll be productive. Here are our tips on how to create an organised and efficient workspace.
Are you a visual, auditory or tactile learner? Figuring out your learning style is one of the best ways to optimise your study habits.
Keep your mind and body fueled without breaking the bank, these healthy recipes take no time so you can create a delicious meal on the fly.
TAFE Queensland Faculty Director for Creative and Digital (East Coast region) Angela Lisle explains why cyber security is such an important industry, and shares her tips for staying safe online.
Even before it hits your lips, the dark, smoky aroma of your Sumatran beans brightens your mood, rouses your senses. Your insides smile. You start to feel alive again.
Introducing Turnitin, TAFE Queensland’s new and improved anti-plagiarism system. Launching on 21 February 2022 Turnitin will replace Ouriginal as TAFE Queensland’s plagiarism detection and checker.
Miley Cyrus might help you study. Because, science.
TAFE Queensland students Darcy Simpson and Kaiyla Ward are rugby league stars on the rise who are achieving success on and off the field.
Growing up in India, Charmi Darji always had a fascination with people and how everyone had a different perspective on their aesthetics.