Student Veterinary Nurses - Revision Tips
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Student Veterinary Nurses - Revision Tips

Author: Meg Richards | Added 31/08/2020 13:38

Studying to become a Registered Veterinary Nurse can be overwhelming - attending college or university, working in practice, completing your NPL and coursework as well as trying to have a healthy work-life balance can seem unobtainable. On top of this, studying and revising during your exam periods can pile on extra stress and anxiety. In this webinar, I have highlighted some revision techniques and top tips, some of which you may not have tried before, to help you retain information and manage your time effectively, as well as ways to practice self care and prioritise your mental well-being. I really hope you find the webinar a refreshing reminder that revision doesn’t have to be so tedious and that it inspires you to get more creative with your techniques, mixing them up to better your learning. Please make use of the files and revision resources provided – they are all things that have really helped me in my exams. Meg Richards RVN

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