Welcome to our Freebies page. Here you’ll be able to access all of the free resources that we’ve created to help you boost your study skills and get the most from your time at University.

So, dig in, have a mooch around and help yourself to anything you fancy. Oh yeah, and you might want to bookmark this page as we’ll be regularly posting exciting new stuff on here so that you can build up your own personal collection of resources. Pretty cool, huh?

Don’t forget, you can always get in touch with us by using our contact form. Whether you want to let us know how you’ve got on with one of our resources (we love to hear feedback, good or bad. It all helps us to evolve and improve our services), or, whether you have a question or a suggestion for new content, please let us know. We’ll always do our best to help you out.

Right, here we are then. Ladies and gentlemen, I give you your freebies. Enjoy!

How to Prepare for Lectures Worksheet

Link for students to download a free workbook on how to prepare for lectures

If you, or someone you know would like to discover some simple ways to get the most out of their lectures I have a free worksheet that you can download and use to build your confidence when you go to your lectures.

Here’s what you’re going to learn:

– What it’s like to make the move from school to university – bit scary, right? Don’t panic, I’ve got some great hints and tips to help you be ready to smash down those fences and hit your lectures with confidence!



How to Make the Most of Your Tutorials Worksheet

One to one tutorials with your tutors can be challenging. Time is short and there’s usually a lot to talk about. So how do you ensure that you maximise your precious tutorial time?

Easy! You download this worksheet and use it to help you plan and prepare so that you get to talk to your tutors about what’s important to you.

I’ve also written a blog post on this topic which you may find useful.




Why not join Study Buddies our free Facebook Group

An invitation for students to join Study Buddies. A free Facebook group where students can gather and help each other with their study skills problems

It’s always easier to get things done when you belong to a community of like-minded people. That’s why I created the Facebook group, Study Buddies. It’s a place where students like you can ask questions and help each other out with your study skills problems. And of course it’s a social space too so why not get involved?




Well, there’s plenty here to get you started and we really hope that you make use of the resources we’ve prepared for you. We look forward hearing how you get on – don’t forget to let us know.

Also, remember to bookmark the page and revisit us regularly. We don’t want you to miss out on our great new resources.

Thanks for spending time with us today. See you soon.

Nicki Walsh My Signature

Always learning!